Caitlyn Kim

Professional Background:

Caitlyn has been with Colorado Public Radio since 2019. She has deep experience as a journalist, having produced and edited stories for a number of public media outlets around the country, including WNYC, KQED and most recently, for NPR’s “Weekend Edition.” She also covered the Connecticut State Capitol for WNPR in Hartford, CT, WFCR in Springfield, MA and WAMNC  in Albany, NY. 

In addition to her editorial expertise, Kim’s reporting is informed by more than a decade of policy work and fact-finding for the federal government. She was an analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense and worked as a duty officer in the White House Situation Room. She also spent five years as a foreign service officer for the U.S. State Department where she worked with senior government officials to advance U.S. Policy.


Caitlyn’s award-winning work has been recognized by the Online News Association and The National Press Club.


Bachelor’s degree in history, Wellesley College; Master’s degree in international history, London School of Economics and Political Science; Master’s degree in international relations and international economics, The Johns Hopkins University