Kat Chow is a reporter with NPR and a founding member of the Code Switch team.

She's reported on what defines Native American identity, gentrification in New York City's Chinatown, and the aftermath of a violent hate crime. Her cultural criticism has led her on explorations of racial representation in TV, film, and theater; the post-election crisis that diversity trainers facerace and beauty standards; and gaslighting. She's an occasional fourth chair on Pop Culture Happy Hour, and has worked with Invisibilia. 

She's drawn to stories about race, gender and generational differences.