Sarah Kliff is an Investigations and Health Policy Reporter with The New York Times.
She was previously a senior policy correspondent at Vox.com, where she focused on the Republicans' effort to repeal Obamacare — and what that will mean for the millions of Americans who rely on the law for coverage. At Vox, she was also a co-host of The Weeds, a policy podcast with Ezra Klein and Matt Yglesias.
Prior to joining Vox, Sarah covered health policy for the Washington Post, where she was a founding writer at Wonkblog, a blog dedicated to making complicated policy easily understandable. She has also covered health policy for Politico and Newsweek magazine.
Sarah's work has impact: the Supreme Court cited Sarah's work in their 2012 decision upholding the health care law. She is the recipient of multiple reporting awards, including fellowships from the Association of Health Care Journalists and the Annenberg School of Journalism at the University of Southern California.
Sarah is a frequent television guest and has appeared on CBS, PBS, Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC. She enjoys public speaking and, most recently, has presented at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, the Aspen Ideas Festival, and the Colorado Health Institute.
Sarah resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband and a very friendly beagle named Spencer.