Capitol Alert: Former California TV reporter named as National Park Service deputy

McClatchy Washington BureauNovember 4, 2013 

Christy Goldfuss is the National Park Service's new deputy director for congressional and external relations.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Former California television reporter Christy Goldfuss was named deputy director at the National Park Service on Monday.

Sacramento Valley residents may recall Goldfuss from her time in Chico and Redding with KNVN-TV. The Brown University graduate served in the station's Redding bureau, and later the main Chico newsroom, from August 2000 through June 2001.

All told, Goldfuss spent eight years as a reporter in California, Nevada and Virginia before jumping over to the policy side, with stints on Capitol Hill and, most recently, at the Center for American Progress.

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