Managing Editor/News, USA Today
Kristen Go is the managing editor for news at USA Today. Kristen co-leads a team of more than 40 reporters across the country who provide coverage of breaking news and in-depth stories on topics such as race, immigration and religion. Some of the work her team has done includes looking at the impact of slavery 400 years later, uncovering the deadly and dangerous conditions of people who are kept in ICE detention centers and how priests accused of sexual abuse have continued to live their lives. Prior to joining USA Today, Kristen served as the Managing Editor, Digital at the San Francisco Chronicle and worked at The Arizona Republic and The Denver Post. Kristen is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno and lives in the East Bay with her husband and two children.