Jennifer joined the Global news team in 2006. Since then, she has been on the scene of many breaking news stories throughout the GTA. From the Queen Street fire to the latest police raid, court case or political drama, to when the city plunged into darkness during a deep freeze – Jennifer was there.
She also covered the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival interviewing celebrities such as Kevin Bacon, Wes Chatham, and Director Paul Haggis.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a master’s degree in journalism. She began her broadcasting career in London, Ontario where she was the weekend anchor and reporter for A-Channel news.
In 2003, she received a Radio and Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) honourable mention for her coverage of the Thomas Hurst trial and was a Canadian Association of Broadcasters gold ribbon finalist for the news special ‘Unveiling Islam’. That year, she also won the CNIB media award for “excellence in reporting visual impairment issues”.
Jennifer has been actively involved with Canadian Women in Communications as a steering committee member of the Southwestern Ontario chapter.
This Mississauga native enjoys spending time with family and friends, a good game of volleyball and travelling.