Karina Ioffee

Reporter living in the San Francisco Bay Area whose work has appeared in Reuters, the New York Daily News, the Associated Press, Huffington Post and San Jose Mercury News, among others.

Karina began her career in Tucson, Arizona, as a reporter for the Arizona Daily Star. She later was a staff reporter for The (Stockton) Record in California’s Central Valley, where she wrote about crime, gangs, immigration and farm workers. She has also worked as a journalist in Russia, Cuba and Mexico.

In 2010, Karina won an Overseas Press Club award for reporting from Russia and the Wiegold Award for Business Journalism from City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. She has also received numerous awards from the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club and was a runner up for Best Investigative Story from New America Media for a series on Silicon Valley’s hidden environmental dangers.

When not chasing a story, Karina enjoys salsa dancing, gardening, cycling and heading out to the coast.

Links: @kioffee | Link to bio | (Current as of: June 5, 2015)


News Story

Richmond: Family justice center offers services, hope to community

Karina Ioffee
Contra Costa Times
June 4, 2015
The newly-opened Family Justice Center in Richmond will provide one-stop services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and human trafficking.

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