Kathleen Caulderwood

Reporter for the International Business Times

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Kathleen Caulderwood is a multimedia reporter who works in print, video and photo.

Though based in New York City, her reporting has taken her as far as India, China and Morocco. She gets lost often. It makes her stories more interesting.

These days, she writes about sub-Saharan Africa, economics and the intersection between business and global conflict at International Business Times. Her print work has also appeared in Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine’s 6th Floor Blog and Narrative.ly,

She has produced video and multimedia stories for the Asia Society and AOL.com.

Before IBTimes, she covered crime, immigration and economics in the South Bronx for City Limits Magazine and the Mott Haven Herald.

Kathleen is a graduate of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

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