Location: San Francisco, United States
Fields of operation: Media, Digital, Technology
Kim-Mai Cutler is a journalist at TechCrunch, who has been covering the Google Bus protests and housing for the past several months and recently authored a 13,000-word piece on the current housing crisis and gentrification struggles the city is facing. She has worked for Bloomberg, VentureBeat and The Wall Street Journal. Before she joined TechCrunch, she led mobile coverage at Inside Network, a six-person media startup that was acquired by WebMediaBrands in 2011 for $14 million in cash and stock. She specializes in covering gaming, distribution and monetization of mobile applications and venture financing. She attended UC Berkeley and was editor of the student paper The Daily Californian. She has lived in London, New York, Buenos Aires and Hanoi and speaks Spanish and some conversational Vietnamese.