Jennifer Perez is a famous American meteorologist. Currently, Jennifer works as a chief meteorologist at WLUC TV6 news in Marquette, Michigan. Earlier, She served at KSPR news in Missouri as a weekend meteorologist for about three years. She also worked at WJXT news in Jacksonville, Florida as a weather forecaster.
Jennifer Perez Age
Jennifer Perez was born on June 18, in Puerto Rico, in the United States of America. Perez is around 33 years of age. Jennifer holds her birthday on June 18, every year.
Jennifer Perez Height
She is a lady of average height. Jennifer stands at the height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approximately 1.65 m).
Jennifer Perez Family
She was born to her caring and loving father and mother in Puerto Rico but brought up in sunny Florida. Her parents transferred from Puerto Rico to Florida when she was two years old. Currently, she has not mentioned any information about her parents or if she has siblings.
Jennifer Perez Husband
Jennifer lives in Marquette, Michigan. She loves to keep a low key when it comes to matters concerning her personal life hence she has not revealed any details about her relationship status. Thus, it is not known if she is single, dating, or married.
Jennifer Perez Education
After finishing her primary and high school education, she went to the University of Central Florida. Afterward, in 2011 Jennifer graduated attaining a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism and a minor in theater from Central Florida University. In May 2016, she graduated from Mississippi State Campus gaining a Bachelor of Science in broadcast meteorology.
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Jennifer Perez Career
She works at WLUC TV6 news in Marquette, Michigan as a chief meteorologist Earlier, Jennifer worked at KSPR news in Missouri as a weekend meteorologist for about three years. She came back to the Upper Peninsula in 2018 following spending some time in a tornado alley serving as a weekend meteorologist at the KSPR Weather Team in Springfield, Missouri.
She enjoys harsh weather. Following traveling to the weather department at WJXT, her local news station in Jacksonville, Florida, she discovered her future was in Meteorology.
She started her career on the shores of Lake Superior in 2012 at WLUC-TV6 in Marquette, Michigan serving as a news reporter. During her time as a reporter and fill-in anchor there, she traveled across the entire U.P. to report stories such as the 2012 elections as well as the evolution of Duke LifePoint with U.P. Health System.
her mini-series on medical marijuana won an award in 2015 from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters. Over this, she worked towards a degree in meteorology. After three years of coverage, she began her weather career at WILX News 10 in Lansing, Michigan as a forecaster.