Kristianne Goff

Kristianne is one the mentors that initiated and launched the A Positive Note program (APN) in 2008.

She leads the program and the outstanding team she has assembled by maintaining a graceful rigor to her guiding principles: belonging, purpose, and fun!

She sets high standards of approaching the program and the students and families served with empathy and joy. Kristianne has her License in Clinical Social Work and serves as the Brain Injury Coordinator for Academy School District Twenty. She has been practicing school social work for 20 years because she loves working with students and their families. Kristianne also works part time as a clinician for Insight Counseling Services.

Kristianne has two children of her own Grace (14) and Theo (15). Both are part of Liberty High School’s marching band program. Theo plays the trumpet and Grace is in Color Guard. Their weekends are spent practicing, traveling, and performing. in competitions.

Kristianne is not as musical as her children, but has a background in piano and flute. In their free time, the family enjoys hiking, exploring Colorado, visiting family in Chicago, watching movies together, playing board games, and being goofy.