Jennifer is an award-winning journalist and social commentator covering parenting, health, career, and lifestyle trends. She is a frequent contributor to The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, as well as various magazines, and regularly appears on television to discuss her articles and other hot topics in the news. Jennifer is available to speak on a variety of work and parenting topics, such as “How To Raise More Grateful Children” and "How To Create A More Civil Workplace, Community -- and World."
After graduating Harvard College, Jennifer began her career in television at "60 Minutes," where she worked as a journalist for many years. One highlight of her time there was being part of a team that won The Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for a story about homeless children. She is also the recipient of a 2016 Honorable Mention by the American Society of Journalists and Authors Award for an essay she wrote for The Wall Street Journal.
Jennifer is honored to be involved with Sheltering Arms and The Coalition for the Homeless, two nonprofits that help transform the lives of New Yorkers in need. She lives in New York City with her husband and their three children.