Hattie Kauffman has covered wildfires and murder trials and interviewed presidents, astronauts, and Olympians. But while she uncovered the stories behind big personalities and events, her own story remained untold. Now get an inside look into the events that shaped a remarkable woman who thought she'd left the ghosts of childhood behind, only to be forced to face all she had been running from. What she learned about herself surprised her. Softcover.
From her humble beginnings to the bright lights of network television, Hattie Kauffman weaves a story both heartbreaking and redemptive. Nationally recognized for her high-profile interviews and coverage of disasters and triumphs that affected millions, Kauffman candidly shares the experiences that made her into a perceptive and award-winning newswoman.
An inspiring account of the Holy Spirit's transforming power, Kauffman's life is a true testament to God's goodness. Now available in trade paper.
Hattie Kauffman made history as the first Native American journalist to ever file a report on a national network evening news broadcast and has over two decades of experience as an on-camera correspondent and news anchor. A speaker and writer, Hattie is a member of the Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho and lives in Seattle, Washington.