Erin Hawksworth has been a major presence on the media landscape for the past 10 years.
After spending the first 10 years of her career in the United States, Hawksworth decided to return to her home country of Canada to serve as a sports anchor and reporter for Rogers Sportsnet in Toronto.
Previously, Hawksworth was a morning news anchor for KCPQ-TV in Seattle, she also served as a sports anchor during nightly sportscasts and provided Seahawks pre and post-game commentary.
Formerly employed as a full-time news reporter at WFXT-TV in Boston, Hawksworth previously cut her pearly whites in the sports world as a sideline reporter in Dallas, where Erin interviewed some of the biggest names in college and professional sports. Many of her live reports and interviews with Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers and Dallas Mavericks have become YouTube hits.
Hawksworth got her professional start at KJCT-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado 2004, beginning as a general assignment reporter and working her way up to anchor in short order. During her time at KJCT-TV, Hawksworth won a Colorado Broadcasting Award for Best News Series.
Prior to her time in Colorado, Erin was behind the scenes at the 2004 Summer Olympics for NBC Sports.
Hawksworth can also lay claim to one of the more eventful internships on record. During her internship with NBC Dateline in Washington, DC, Hawksworth found herself in the midst of the DC Sniper Attacks in 2002.
Hawksworth’s brother Blake is a pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Hawksworth’s father is a high school baseball coach, and her grandfather, the late Jack Poole, was the Chairman and CEO of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Hawksworth is a Vancouver, British Columbia native who has spent most of her life in Sammamish, WA. Hawksworth is a member of the Metis Nation.