Hi, I’m Kyle. (Yes! A female Kyle)
I’m a multimedia journalist and reporter for WBFO, the NPR member station in Buffalo, New York. To see my most recent work, please visit my WBFO author page.
Prior to joining WBFO, I reported on politics and culture and did video production for Haaretz in Israel and the Palestinian territories. I also covered for the English desk’s video director for three months, during which I managed the team’s coverage of the 2018 U.S. midterm elections.
In 2017, I reported on the aftermath of the European migrant crisis in the Western Balkans. I also interned on the daily news desk at the the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Other past internships include producing live radio interviews for “Midday on WNYC” (now “All Of It With Alison Stewart”) and doing research and editing for Ian Urbina, an investigative reporter at The New York Times.
I hold a M.A. from the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY and a B.A. in international affairs and geography from The George Washington University. I’ve also lived and studied in Germany (Ich spreche auch Deutsch), Scotland and India.
When I’m not out reporting, I can usually be found on some kind of outdoor or urban adventure: running, hiking, yoga, seeing live music and eating my way through new cities are all favorite activities.
Thanks for checking out my work!
Lead photo credit: Kate Ryan