Kristen Go is the assistant managing editor at The San Francisco Chronicle. She oversees the Sunday paper and the Incubator, a program designed to give reporters and editors the tools they need to increase digital storytelling. Prior to that role, she served in various editing capacities. Before joining The Chronicle, Go worked at The Arizona Republic as a reporter and editor and at The Denver Post as a reporter. She was part of the Post’s team that won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news coverage in 2000. Go is a graduate of the University of Nevada Reno and of Maynard’s Media Management program. She is a Chips Quinn Scholar and has served as a chapter president for the Asian American Journalists Association. Go lives in the East Bay with her daughter and husband.