Kathleen Flynn is a New Orleans-based photojournalist and documentary filmmaker who focuses on stories of struggle and injustice. She has spent nearly 20 years as a working journalist, including a decade at the Tampa Bay Times and three years at NOLA.com, The Times-Picayune. She has covered in-depth community news, veterans issues throughout the country, the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the tsunami in Thailand, immigration in Mexico, post-conflict Liberia, India’s booming pharmaceutical industry, and the war in Afghanistan. Her work has been recognized with six regional Emmys and honors from the Overseas Press Club, World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year International, the Edward R. Murrow Awards, the Nieman Foundation, and the National Press Photographers Association's Best of Photojournalism. She also received a Casey Medal, which was awarded for the nation's best reporting on children, youth, and families. In 2019 the National Press Photographers Association awarded its Humanitarian Award to Flynn for her career covering human rights issues and injustices. She is a member of Women Photograph.