Kristin is an Editor at National Public Radio (NPR) in Washington, D.C. Kristin can also be heard on NPR Newscasts reporting on national news. In addition, she serves as a substitute anchor. Kristin covers a range of issues from politics to legal affairs to the severe weather impacts of climate change. Kristin considers journalism a public service and seeks to create a more informed public.
Kristin served as a correspondent for a news bureau on Capitol Hill. She brought home to viewers in Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Jacksonville, Memphis, Orlando, Seattle, and Tulsa the latest developments from the White House, Congress, and federal agencies, explaining the real impact to their lives.
Kristin also has extensive experience as a local television news anchor and reporter. She served as a general assignment reporter and substitute anchor at NBC Washington. She also anchored, reported, and produced for local TV news stations in Florida, Pennsylvania, and upstate New York.
Kristin is deeply appreciative of her experience as Director of Communications for a national disability rights organization. In this role, Kristin wrote expansively on federal disability rights policy and civil rights.
Kristin has earned an Emmy Award for her news reporting. She was also honored with a Salute to Excellence Award from The National Association of Black Journalists. She has also been recognized by The Associated Press. Kristin holds certifications in digital storytelling and social media from Poynter.
Kristin grew up in Detroit and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from University of Michigan.
Kristin's greatest roles are wife, and mother to two amazing little girls. She's also proud of her garden!
Back to Top