Jennifer is an award-winning broadcaster. Her career spans almost two decades –with experience ranging from breaking news and features…to the wide world of sports, health and entertainment.
Currently Jennifer can be seen reporting on the KTLA-5 news in Los Angeles.

Jennifer also appeared on several episodes of the true crime series “My Dirty Little Secret” as a crime reporter/contributor on the Investigation Discovery network.

Prior to KTLA…Jennifer was a sports anchor/reporter at Fox-11. She covered the NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL…she also produced and anchored “Better Bodies” a fitness franchise. Jennifer also filed reports for her interactive extreme sports segment which she created & produced called “Jenn-X.” Her enterprising skills earned Jennifer a Golden Mike award for “Best Sports Reporting” in 2003. She was also recognized by the Los Angeles Press Club.

While sports anchoring/reporting for Fox-11, Jennifer also anchored the weekend newscasts for their sister station UPN-13. She is bilingual and when her career started, Jennifer held 2 full time jobs, one at KSWT the ABC affiliate, the other at Telemundo Cable Network where she produced and anchored the news in Spanish. She then moved to KOLD-TV the CBS affiliate in Tucson as weekend anchor/general assignment reporter.

From Arizona, Jennifer went to CBS owned and operated WFOR-TV in Miami, Florida. There she covered stories ranging from the 2000 Presidential Election ballot battle and the Elian Gonzalez international custody battle between the United States and Cuba, to Fashion Designer Gianni Versace’s murder and the ValuJet crash. She also co-hosted the 1997 Marlin’s World Series Victory Parade and filed feature reports during the Doral Ryder Open Golf Tournament.

She was morning anchor and a general assignment reporter from 1996 until 1999. She was then promoted to weekday anchor of the noon and 5:30p newscasts. She simultaneously hosted “The Scene” an entertainment show, was the weekday morning newsreader for WMXJ-FM, and produced, wrote and anchored “Wednesday’s Child” profiling children available for adoption.

Jennifer, who is adopted herself, won the “National Leader of the Future Award” from the Simon Wiesenthal Center for helping to place 22 children in loving homes. She was featured on the cover of “Dimensions Magazine” for her accomplishment. Jennifer has also written a semi-autobiographical book about adoption, “The Missing Piece” awaiting publication.

Jennifer continues her dedication in finding homes for children. In 2004 she was appointed the Honorary Chair of the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce Foster Family Program.

Jennifer won the Arizona Associated Press Award for “Best Newscast” in 1993. She has also been recognized by the state of Florida, Florida Governor Jeb Bush, and former President Bill Clinton for her philanthropic work on behalf of adoption.

She has been featured in “Option Extreme Sports Magazine,” “Miami Herald,” “Sun Sentinel,” “Channel Magazine” and “Miami Metro Magazine.” She has also appeared in several commercials and movies, such as: “The Doors”, “Hero” and “Forever Young.”

Jennifer is a third-generation native of Los Angeles. She graduated from the University of Southern California where she double majored and received degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.