Kristin Goodwillie Biography
Kristin Goodwillie is a well-renowned journalist and reporter for KING 5 in Seattle, Washington. Prior she worked as a news anchor/reporter for WHAS11-TV in Louisville, Kentucky. She began working at the station in March 2019.
Kristin Goodwillie Age
Kristin Goodwillie was born in San Diego, California, United States. Her age is unknown because she has kept her personal life private.
Kristin Goodwillie Height
Goodwillie stands 5 feet 7 inches/1.7 m tall.
Kristin Goodwillie Education
Goodwillie earned a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Radio/TV/Film from California State University, Fullerton in 2014.
Kristin Goodwillie Family
Kristin was born and raised by her parents in San Diego. However, she hasn’t mentioned details about her parents’ and siblings’ whereabouts.
Kristin Goodwillie Husband
Goodwillie is happily hitched to Cody. They have a son named Callum, who celebrates his birthday on April 16th every year with his parents.
Kristin Goodwillie Salary
Goodwillie receives an annual salary of $72,728. This is according to KING 5 reporter’s salaries.
Kristin Goodwillie’s Net Worth
Goodwillie has an approximate net worth of $1 million.
Kristin Goodwillie Career
Kristin comes to KING-TV from Louisville, Kentucky, where she was the weekday noon and 4 p.m. anchor. She documented a record-breaking year of gun violence in Kentucky, the police shooting of Breonna Taylor and the ensuing protests, a historic tornado in Western Kentucky, COVID-19, and those suffering from long-term symptoms.
While still a student at CSUF, she published an essay in Titan Magazine and interned at ABC 7 in Los Angeles, California, as well as a non-profit in Washington, D.C. One of her most treasured experiences was her trip to Guatemala’s rain forests as a foreign MMJ correspondent for CSUF, where she shared adversity stories and optimism about Refuge International’s medical mission’s dedicated work.
Her career started at KPIC in Roseburg, Oregon, where I was one of the first reporters on the scene to cover the Umpqua Community College Shooting in 2015. Soon after, she became the main evening anchor at KVAL/KMTR in Eugene, Oregon, where I anchored the nightly news for two CBS and Fox affiliates. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Radio/TV/Film from California State University, Fullerton in 2014.