National investigative reporter Education: California State University, Northridge. B.A. in Journalism with an English minor.
Kimberly Kindy is a Pulitzer Prize-winning national investigative reporter for The Washington Post. In 2015, she was a lead reporter on the paper's Fatal Force project, which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and George Polk award. She has covered a wide range of topics for The Post, including the 2008 presidential campaign, sexual harassment on Capitol Hill, police use of force and food safety. She previously served as the statehouse bureau chief for the San Jose Mercury News and the Orange County Register while also working on the papers' investigative teams.
Honors & Awards:
Pulitzer Prize, National Reporting in 2016
Professional Affiliations: Investigative Reporters and Editors
Following an investigation into alleged misconduct with scores of underage girls, including the 14-year-old who alerted police, the only minor Epstein was convicted of soliciting was 16 at the time the offenses began, according to information obtained by The Post.