Kirsten is a purpose-driven communicator.
Kirsten develops persuasive messaging, convenes diverse stakeholders around a common goal, and manages and implements strategic communications plans that advance key issues. She knows people-centered messaging connects deeper with audiences and brings authentic voices to digital strategies and goal-oriented communications.
Before joining Goff Public, Kirsten worked for a public policy and advocacy organization that focused on housing stability and economic security. She enforced the power of collaboration, inclusion, and the connection of personal stories in the affordable housing narrative that was broadly used in communities, in the media, and inside the Capitol. Whether prepping a spokesperson for testimony or a media appearance, creating messaging to be shared with organizations, or managing logistics of an event, Kirsten successfully created a bipartisan narrative to bridge divides, find solutions, and influence people to act around a shared goal.
Kirsten lives in Saint Paul and values spending time with friends and family. In her free time, she finds joy when she is sipping drinks on a patio, browsing Target and TJ Maxx, or traveling somewhere warm with a loosely structured agenda.
Joined Goff Public: 2022
Alma Mater: Minnesota State University Moorhead, Metro State University
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