Erin Goff

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Erin Goff
Erin Goff graduated from Brigham Young University in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism. She is now an Emmy award winning news manager with many years of professional broadcast experience.

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.

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