San Francisco, CA
Amy Graff is a senior news producer at SFGate.com, the largest news site in the San Francisco Bay Area. She covers local and viral breaking news and her stories receive some 10 million page views a month.
The Mommy Files blog that Amy launched in 2008 now receives some 3 million page views a month on SFGate and runs on Hearst News sites all over the country, reaching millions more.
Amy has been quoted in publications from Everyday with Rachel Ray to The Wall Street Journal and she has been a guest on dozens of radio and TV shows nationwide from Forum (NPR) to Good Morning America (ABC) to the BBC. Her writing has also appeared in the Huffington Post, Sunset, San Francisco magazine, and numerous travel publications published by Pace Communications.
Passionate about global health issues, Amy Graff is on the board of the moms groups within Bono’s ONE campaign. She traveled to Kenya and Ghana to write stories that increased awareness about the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease in Africa. She's also helping to spread the word about the United Nation Foundation's Shot@Life campaign.
Amy received a bachelor's degree in English literature from UC Berkeley. She lives in San Francisco.