National Security Correspondent, CBS News
Correspondent, Associated Press
Associated Press correspondent Kimberly Dozier covers intelligence and special operations, tracking the war on violent extremism.
She covered national security for CBS News in Washington from 2007 to 2010. In a fourteen-year-career overseas, she covered the Middle East and Europe for CBS News, as well as The Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle and the BBC.
Dozier was wounded in a car bombing in Iraq in 2006. Her memoir Breathing the Fire: Fighting to Survive and Get Back to the Fight, recounts the attack and recovery. Author's proceeds from the paperback go to charities like Fisher House.