Jen is a seasoned radio veteran with more than 30 years of experience as a broadcast journalist and morning show co-host. She has been at NJ 101.5 since 2016 as a news anchor and digital content writer. Before that, Jen was a traffic reporter at Total/Shadow Traffic, a business news anchor at The Wall Street Journal Radio Network, a morning show co-host on 106.3 GROCK, 95.9 The Rat, 92.7 WOBM, 100.1 WJRZ and Q104.3 in New York City, and a morning show producer on Z100. She is also a voiceover artist and an announcer for Tournament of Bands high school marching band competitions. Jen lives at the Jersey Shore and mostly enjoys writing stories about animals.
‘Gas station anti-depressant’ causing serious health problems in NJ
The New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers has reported an increase in tianeptine ingestion calls associated with severe adverse effects in the past six months.
21 top spots to take a first-time visitor to New Jersey
While NJ 101.5 listeners came up with tons of places to take a first-time visitor to the Garden State, we narrowed it down to 21 top spots.
NJ pushes for native plant comeback to combat invasive species
New Jersey Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill is pushing legislation that focuses on the importance of native plants on the health of the state's ecosystems and habitats.
An adorable attraction arrives at a popular NJ aquarium
A two-week-old rescued seal pup has found a new home at Jenkinson's Aquarium in Point Pleasant Beach.
These unique spots serve the best french fries in New Jersey
Here is a list of the 20 best places other than diners and fast-food chains to get the best french fries in New Jersey.
Enjoy a short stack and help feed the hungry at the same time
IHOP celebrates National Pancake Day next day where guests can enjoy a free short stack of pancakes while also helping to feed the hungry with a small donation.
Family-owned jewelry shop closes after 40 years in NJ
After 40 years in business, a family-owned jewelry store in Brick is set to close once a liquidation sale of its inventory is complete.
NJ soup kitchens are in desperate need of volunteers year-round
New Jersey's soup kitchens are in desperate need of volunteers year-round and not just during the holiday season.
Think spring: World-famous flower show returns to Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Flower Show returns for its 195th year next month with a new theme, new exhibits, and tons of floral and gardening activities.
McDonald’s releases a fan favorite earlier than usual this year
McDonald's iconic Shamrock Shake returns to the menu two weeks earlier than last year on Monday, February 5.
Senior cat was abandoned in the cold outside NJ shelter
Video surveillance captured someone abandoning an old, emaciated, hungry cat outside an animal shelter without a carrier, to freeze.
NJ now offers new ‘game-changing’ benefit for families with newborns
Family Connects NJ has been launched in five counties that will allow parents of newborns to receive in-home nurse visits within the first two weeks of birth.