Jennifer Lahmers is an American reporter for the Fox 5 News, located in New York City. She was interested in journalism since she was only 8 years old and achieved her dream at a young age.
Jennifer Lahmers’ rise as a Fox News reporter
Jennifer started her career as a weekend anchor and reporter for WBBJ-TV in Jackson, Tennessee. She joined Fox 5 in August 2014 as a general assignment reporter. Before that, she worked as an anchor and reporter for Fox CT, where she won numerous Associated Press Awards for her investigative work.
She has anchored the live coverage of an October snow storm which knocked out power in the entire state of Connecticut. She also covered Hurricane Irene and the verdict in the sentencing trial of Joshua Komisarjevsky which made national headlines.
Jennifer has also written weekly op-ed pages for Hartford Courant, Hartford Magazine, and New Haven Living.
She has worked with Interval House, Connecticut’s largest domestic violence awareness organization. Jennifer became active against domestic violence since the death of her friend and colleague Alice in 2009. Alice was involved in a murder-suicide, as Alice’s husband shot her and himself after. Their children were able to escape.
Details on Jennifer Lahmers’ early and personal life
Jennifer was born on 19 February 1984, in Dover, Ohio to parents Patrick and Catherine Lahmers. She studied at Dover High School from where she graduated in 2002. Jennifer earned her bachelor’s degree from Ohio University’s E.W Scripps School of Journalism in Athens, Ohio.
Interested in reporting from a young age, she would record mock newscasts on a cassette tape. She believes the tapes are with her parents and might surface “accidentally” eventually.
Jennifer was married to Jamie Bosworth, the former CEO of Back9Network. The ex-couple shared their wedding vows on July 2, 2011, and ended the marriage nearly three years later in a divorce. She does not share any children with her ex-husband. Jennifer is rumored to be dating Michael Craig at present.