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Newspaper reporter

Jennifer Crowe, American newspaper reporter. Recipient Best Spot News Story award Nevada Press Association, 1998, Best of Gannett 2d place award Gannett Newspapers Inc., 1996, Well Done news series award, 1996, Well Done news enterprise Gannett, 1999. Volunteer, Salvation Army, Reno, 1997; Career Day speaker Washoe County Schools, Nevada, since 1997; coordinator Make Time for Kids Volumes, since 1999. Member of Soroptimists International.

Background

Crowe, Jennifer was born on April 17, 1973 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Timothy James and Beverly Jean Crowe.

Education

Bachelor in Print Journalism and Political Science, University Nevada, Reno, 1995.

Career

Intern Reno Gazette-Journal, Gannett Newspapers, 1993-1995, feature writer, 1995-1996, police reporter, 1996-1998, education reporter, 1998—2000, legislation reporter, 2000—2001, assistant opinion editor, 2001—2002. Congressional fellow American Political Science Association, 2002—2003. With Office of Sen. Maria Cantwell, Washington, since 2003.

Reporting fellow Knight Center for Journalists, College Park, Maryland, 1998.

Membership

Volunteer, Salvation Army, Reno, 1997. Career Day speaker Washoe County Schools, Nevada, since 1997. Coordinator Make Time for Kids Volumes, since 1999.

Member of Soroptimists International.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Downhill skiing, snowboarding, hiking, fishing.

Connections

father:
Timothy James

mother:
Beverly Jean Crowe