Eboni Griffin is a senior broadcast producer for Good Morning America at ABC News. She works closely with lead anchor Robin Roberts, managing a team of producers developing content specifically for Roberts.
Griffin is in charge of story development, from news of the day to the big ideas, always maintaining the quality of the broadcast. She is responsible for directing the flow of production, making changes to stories and segments as they approach deadline. Griffin joined the team in August of 2020.
Previously, Griffin was supervising producer of Morning Express with Robin Meade for CNN Headline News. She oversaw production of the network’s signature four-hour morning show, including rundown supervision, script writing, and control room duties, as well as managing on-air talent and a team of 25-30 people.
Additionally, in her 11 years at the network, Griffin was at the forefront of the network’s breaking news coverage including, but not limited to: Covid-19, Hurricane Irma, the death of Aretha Franklin, and the Pulse Nightclub shooting. She planned and field produced the network’s coverage of the Casey Anthony Trial, the death of Trayvon Martin, the 2016 Presidential Election, Super Bowl XLIX, and a host of other events.
Griffin began her career as a production assistant for Studio B with Shepard Smith at FOX News in NYC.
Griffin graduated from Indiana University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.