Kimberly is a corporate breaking news reporter at The Wall Street Journal in New York. Previously, she wrote for the markets teams at Business Insider and Thomson Reuters. She writes about companies, markets and the economy, as well as finance and investing, with a focus on housing, retail, airlines. technology, and media.
She was at the front lines of the 2008 financial crisis, covering commercial real estate investment for Institutional Investor's newsletter division. She broke news on funding rounds and wrote profiles of business leaders and companies. She later covered institutional investors (pension funds, foundations, endowments) for II's Money Management Intelligence and Foundation & Endowment Intelligence (now Pageant Media) where she delivered scoops and wrote about the latest trends in asset allocation, sustainable investing, environmental, social and governance issues and alternative assets.
Her bylines can be found in Financial Planning, On Wall Street, Real Estate Finance & Investment, The Street, and the Village Voice.
Kimberly has a master's degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and a bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science from Hofstra University.
She is a recipient of the New York Financial Writers' Association scholarship for young and aspiring financial journalists.
She loves to run, practice yoga, dance tango and salsa, and travel. She is also a producer at a local nonprofit theater in New York.