Heidi Meili is an award-winning anchor. She has been named Montana’s Broadcaster of the Year two times.
Heidi’s nominations feature her travel to Honduras with Montana doctors, to showcase their medical relief work, how DNA solved the decades-old cold case of the rape and murder of a 5-year-old, and how officers found a baby partially buried in Lolo National Forest.
Heidi is in her 24th year of anchoring, with previous experience in Tri-Cities, Washington.
She also was an assistant producer for several stations in Seattle, where she also spent time as a Seattle Seahawk’s Cheerleader.
Heidi has a Masters of Arts in Communication from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication, and a Bachelor of Arts in English Education from Washington State University.
She continues to be active in charitable endeavors for a number causes, and is a member of the international, P.E.O. philanthropic educational organization.
Heidi’s sister, Launi Meili, is an Olympic Gold Medalist in rifle shooting.