Jennifer’s writing frequently appears in The Wall Street Journal and women’s magazines like Real Simple, Redbook and Glamour. She also blogs for The Huffington Post and EmpoweringParents.com.
Jennifer covers cultural trends, women’s issues, parenting, health, lifestyle, business and cooking, and has appeared on CBS, NBC, FOX, HLN and a number of radio shows to discuss these topics. Her essays for The Wall Street Journal are often among the “most popular” on the website, and her article on Facebook envy was retweeted to millions. Her work has been featured in places like TheWashingtonPost.com, Business Insider, Cosmopolitan.com, and PsychologyToday.com, among others.
After graduating from Harvard College, Jennifer worked in publishing at Doubleday, where she was an associate editor of nonfiction books. She then made a career change to television and worked for almost a decade at CBS/60 Minutes. One highlight of her time at CBS was winning the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for a story she associate produced for Morley Safer about homeless children. Today, she’s honored to be involved with Sheltering Arms, a nonprofit that helps transform the lives of New Yorkers in need.
She lives in New York with her husband and their three children.