Kimberly Edds is the Director of Communications and Public Affairs for the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs.
Prior to joining AOCDS, Edds was an investigative reporter for the Orange County Register, covering county government and public safety.
Her reporting into Orange County’s public administrator-public guardian resulted in his firing, the dismantling of the department and a change in how the county handles the affairs of the ill and deceased.
Before coming to the Register, Kimberly spent four years at the Washington Post, covering illegal immigration, wolf hunting in Alaska, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s gubernatorial campaign and the murder trial of Scott Peterson.
A graduate of UCLA, Kimberly is a licensed emergency medical technician who plays ice hockey and enjoys hunting and fly fishing.