Coordinating lobbying efforts in numerous states – all with different laws, challenges, and legislative schedules – is complicated. The Goff Public team is well-organized and consistently delivers the results we need.
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Tricia’s passion for writing and research has made her an expert at finding clear ways to describe complex subjects, turning basic information into compelling stories, and adding historical and statistical context to our clients’ arguments. On a daily basis she identifies our clients’ most relevant information and tailors that information into messages and materials that appeal to diverse audiences.
As both the senior writer and an account executive at Goff Public, she enjoys talking with clients about their communications goals so that her writing and strategy recommendations align with what each client wants and needs. Along with her Goff Public teammates, she helps strategize and develop the right combination of communications for each client, from online fact kits to presentations to articles written for publication.
Tricia uses her knowledge of American Indian history and policy to help tribal clients. For the past 13 years, she has helped tribal governments and organizations manage their reputations, build cultural awareness, work effectively with state government leaders, and communicate their stories of economic development and progress.
Tricia’s years of work with Saint Mary’s University’s Minneapolis campus has helped increase awareness of the university’s strong Twin Cities presence and identify the best opportunities to highlight its education programs in the media. Her wide array of writing also includes speeches for high-ranking government officials, websites for manufacturers and nonprofits, and the past decade of annual reports for the Saint Paul Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).
Before joining Goff Public in 1999, Tricia managed communications efforts for the largest county historical society in North Dakota. Her research and writing has supported archival collections at the North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies and resulted in article publication in journals and newspapers.
A North Dakota native, Tricia has bachelor’s degrees in English and history from Valley City State University (Valley City, ND) and a master’s degree in Great Plains history from North Dakota State University (Fargo, ND). She enjoys spending time at her family’s farm and remains a perpetual student of history, particularly the U.S. and Europe from 1800-1945.
Senior Account Executive
Joined Goff Public: 1999
Direct line: 651-717-4183