Goldene Brown

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Born and raised in Chicago, Colorado seemed like a foreign country... but any place where there’s a story, Goldene will follow.

Born and raised in Chicago, Colorado seemed like a foreign country... but any place where there’s a story, Goldene will follow.

Her love for reporting started in eighth grade when she had the chance to be a part of a live science television show. It was then that Goldene realized that she loved storytelling.

Goldene graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in May 2019, where she was awarded two “Media Catalyst’s” scholarships. She hopes that in the future she can give back to her Alma Mater, and help support Multimedia Journalism majors like herself.

In her spare time, Goldene loves going out to brunch, binge-watching shows on Netflix, spending time with friends, and reading books.

Goldene would love to connect with you! You can find her on Facebook or Instagram. If you have any story ideas, feel free to send them her way.

@goldene.brown@kkco11news.com


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