Jennifer Bisram is a TV Reporter at PIX11 News in NYC, where in addition to covering breaking news, she continues to do extensive coverage on the city's education crisis, Rikers Island, in-depth crime reports and issues surrounding NYC's Caribbean community - one of the largest in the country.
Before returning home to the Big Apple, Jennifer worked at WXYZ-TV, the ABC affiliate in Detroit, MI as a weekend morning anchor and investigative reporter. She also worked on two franchises: Detroit's Most Wanted and Taking Action for You.
She spent time in the Sunshine State too.
Jennifer worked at the number one english-speaking station in Miami, FL, WSVN-TV, where she covered everything from wild crime and drug news to refugee crises and the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal.
Before her move to Miami, she worked at WOFL-TV, the FOX affiliate in Orlando, FL.
In Orlando, the Guyanese, Indo-Caribbean television reporter did extensive coverage on the deadly shooting of Trayvon Martin.
The eight-time Emmy nominated reporter started her career in print, where she penned pieces at some of the city's largest newspapers including NY Newsday and NY Amsterdam News - while still pursuing her bachelor's degree at Queens College.
She began her television reporting career at News55 on Long Island and quickly moved on to the News12 Network – where she reported for nearly five-years, before leaving NYC for the Sunshine State.
When she's not reporting, she's writing.
She's the author of "First Day of School: Do You Want to be My Friend?"
The children's book was published August 2014.
Jennifer is a graduate of the City University of New York's Queens College, is a member of NABJ, SAJA, and enjoys traveling, cooking, baking, running 5k's and spending time with her family.