She grew up in Boise, Idaho, with four sisters, and met her husband, Dana, while studying at BYU. Also during her time at school, she was a Hearst Foundation National Broadcast News finalist for skills demonstrated in news reporting.
She first worked at KTVX-ABC4 in Salt Lake City, Utah. There she developed and produced KTVX’s first ever morning show. She went on to produce the 5 PM show at KLAS-CBS in Las Vegas, but later returned to KTVX as a weekend reporter and lent her hand to special projects. Moreover, she has also produced the 5 PM and 10 PM shows at KTVX. Because of her producing experience, KTVX promoted her to Executive Producer and ultimately Senior Executive Producer.
Goff received a 2001 Emmy for Best Newscast and Best Team Coverage of the 9/11 NYC Twin Towers disaster. Specifically, she produced an award-winning newscast on ABC4 focusing on the 9/11 terrorist attacks. She also has experience in reporting as she freelanced for ABC and the “Adoption Exchange.”
In 2008, Goff received a Gracie Award for her work as Executive Producer on the film "An Off-Court Story: The Life of Kresimir Cosic," which she worked on with Lindsay Blumell Jurdana.