WSJ LA Bureau Chief Sarah Krouse Joins LAPC Board of Directors

The Los Angeles Press Club board has appointed a new member, Sarah Krouse from The Wall Street Journal.

Krouse is the Los Angeles bureau chief at WSJ. She oversees reporters covering Hollywood, the music industry and gambling, and writes about streaming.

“I am thrilled to join the board of an organization that champions high-quality journalism and advocates for press freedom, particularly at a time when it is under threat, as evidenced by Russia’s unjust detention of my colleague, Evan Gershkovich. A free press is key to a free society,” Krouse said.

Krouse previously covered Google for The Information. Before that, she spent six years at the Journal covering investing, telecommunications and how businesses adapted to the coronavirus pandemic.

She started her career at the Washington Business Journal in D.C. and later wrote for Financial News, a London-based sister publication of Journal in London and New York. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two dogs.

Sarah Krouse replaces David Kipen who is stepping down from the board. We thank him for his service to the LAPC.

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