Kimi Yoshino is a seasoned journalist and editor whose 14 years at the Times have helped strengthen the coverage of the Bell corruption scandal.
In recent years, Kimi Yoshino has worked as an editor for the morning section of the metro and has done two rotations of reports in the Times Baghdad office. She was previously a journalist in the business department.
Kimi Yoshino, a veteran journalist and editor, became a commercial writer for the Los Angeles Times.
During his 14 years at the Times, Yoshino has worked as a Metro and Business reporter, covering a variety of topics, including Disney, Anaheim and the seaside towns of Orange County. She is filling a vacant post.
In recent years, she has worked as a writer for the morning area in Metro and made two report changes to the Times office in Baghdad.
Yoshino also contributed to The Times coverage of the Bell corruption scandal, which won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for the Public Service. Last year, she participated in a series on construction on or near the seismic disturbances of L.A. and the risks related to insufficiently reinforced concrete structures.
Before joining the Times, Yoshino was a reporter for Fresno Bee and Stockton Record. As a seamstress, she studied at UC Davis.