Kim Clark is a deputy director of the Education Writers Association, where she plays a leading role in directing EWA programming on education beyond high school.
Previously, she served as a senior writer for Money magazine, where her reporting focused heavily on the financial costs of higher education. She previously covered higher education for U.S. News & World Report and created Financialaidletter.com, the first site to post real financial aid letters and show how confusing they can be. She is a co-recipient of Loeb and Luce awards for public service journalism and the 2013 top prize for magazine investigative work from the Education Writers Association. Also, check out her latest passion project – helping writers craft better kickers at Kickomatic.org.