Kadee Coffman is a national TV host and sideline reporter who can be seen on networks such as: Great American Country (GAC), Fox Sports and RFD-TV. She currently works as: 2013 PRCA Xtreme Bulls sideline reporter, Host of “Superior Sunrise” for Superior Livestock Auction and co-hosts RFD-TV’s “Gentle Giants” with Pam Minick. In addition, Kadee has been hired as a feature reporter on GAC, and was the sideline reporter at the 2012 and 2013 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo, Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, The Annual Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate Sale and more.
A member of the Golden Key International Honour Society, Kadee is a Dean’s Scholar from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis in political science. Along with her strong TV presence, Kadee is also proficient in Adobe Premiere Pro and Final Cut, allowing her to produce and edit her own stories. Her works have aired from local news outlets to the CNN network.
When Kadee is not taping, she enjoys working on her fashion line of western chic belt buckles for Denver, Colo., based company, Johnson&Held. Her collection has blazed the pages of the premiere magazine of the West, Cowboys and Indians, embracing the cowboy and cowgirl in all of us.
Kadee is a true cowgirl at heart. Born and raised on her family’s horse and cattle ranch in Clovis, California, Kadee has shown western pleasure, reining and working cow horses since childhood. She has a true passion for rural America and in 2007 was Miss Rodeo California, which gave her the opportunity to promote professional rodeo and the western lifestyle. Today, Kadee calls Fort Worth, Texas home working for the World’s leader in livestock marketing, Superior Livestock Auction. Kadee represents Superior and sits on the board, of Friends of The Fort Worth Herd, a non-profit organization who helps with expenses for the famed attraction, The Fort Worth Herd; which is the twice daily cattle drive that can be seen in The Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District.