Jonathan Kaufman is a Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter and Editor
Jonathan Kaufman is Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and an editor and author. He is a Managing Editor at Bloomberg News, overseeing coverage of education along with high-impact stories on corporate corruption, science, health, sports and multinationals. Projects he has overseen at Bloomberg have won numerous awards inluding the George Polk, Overseas Press Club, Gerald Loeb and Education Writers Association Grand Prize. Prior to joining Bloomberg, Mr. Kaufman was deputy Page One editor at The Wall Street Journal and also served as the Journal's China Bureau Chief, based in Beijing. He also served as Berlin Bureau Chief of the Boston Globe. As a reporter, Kaufman covered race and class issues in the workplace and on college campuses and wrote about race and women's issues in the extraordinary 2008 presidential campaign. Kaufman has won numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize . Mr. Kaufman is the author of two well-reviewed books, "A Hole in the Heart of the World: Being Jewish in Eastern Europe" and "Broken Alliance: The Turbulent Times Between Blacks and Jews in America" which won the National Jewish Book Award.