Reporter and editor for Animalia Education: University of Oregon, BA in journalism and Spanish Karin Brulliard covers animals, people, and how their lives intersect. She was previously The Washington Post’s deputy foreign editor. She joined The Post at its now-defunct Austin bureau in 2003 and later covered immigration from Washington, reported from Iraq, and served as bureau chief in South Africa, Pakistan and Israel. Foreign languages spoken: Spanish, French
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