Kimi Yoshino


Kimi is a former Managing Editor at the Los Angeles Times, where she worked for 21 years before joining the Institute. At The Times, she held numerous roles — as a reporter, editor and strategic leader, with oversight that crossed almost every area of coverage.  In 2011, she helped guide the paper’s investigation into corruption in the city of Bell, which was awarded the Pulitzer Gold Medal for Public Service.  Prior to joining The Times, she was a reporter at The Fresno Bee and The Stockton Record. A California native, Yoshino attended the University of California at Davis.

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