Jennifer Morejon

Jennifer Morejon

Valdosta Bureau Multimedia Journalist

Jennifer Morejon joined the news team in April 2020, and is a multimedia journalist for the Valdosta Bureau at WALB. Jennifer was born and raised in Miami, Fla. She graduated from Florida International University in August 2016. Jennifer graduated with a bachelor's degree in broadcasting journalism and minored in marketing. She also earned a master’s degree at FIU in 2017. A few months before graduating from grad school, Jennifer got a job opportunity to work as an assignment editor at WSVN, Channel 7 News in Miami. There, she learned the ins and outs of a news station. She gained experience in finding stories, investigating, setting up interviews for reporters and sending photographers to newsworthy assignments. She has covered a wide range of stories from hurricanes to crime. After about two years, she decided her next stop would be West Palm Beach. Jennifer became the nightside assignment editor at WPBF. But her goal was always to become a reporter. Her passion for reporting began when she was just a little girl. She recalls watching the news every night with her family and saying, “that’s what I want to be when I grow up." Nothing has changed. Jennifer loves spending her free time with friends, exercising and exploring new places. If you have any story ideas, Jennifer would love to hear from you!


Recent Articles by Jennifer

  Hundreds are expected to participate in unity gathering this Saturday in Valdosta

  City of Valdosta plans to renovate parks in the area

  VSU’s Jazz Ensemble adjusts through pandemic challenges, hosts first virtual concert

  Valdosta’s city officials take part in neighborhood walk

  Two South Georgia men wanted in connection to deadly shooting in Daytona Beach

  Red Cross gives blood donors new opportunity to help COVID-19 patients

  Clinch Co. High temporarily shuts down after apparent COVID-19 outbreak

  Fire Prevention Month education goes virtual for Lowndes Co.

  Lowndes Co. sheriff urges parents of possible victims in child porn case to come forward

  VSU Greek life thrives despite pandemic challenges

Downtown businesses in Valdosta thankful for the community’s support during pandemic

  Valdosta’s LAMP helps those in need during pandemic

  Valdosta grocery program helps feed families during pandemic

  Lowndes Co. nursing home lawsuit challenged after alleged race violation

  GBI investigating Sunday homicide, suicide in Fitzgerald

  National Assisted Living Week honors essential caregivers

  Valdosta organization targeting hard issues to empower youth

  Lowndes Co., Valdosta hold 9/11 memorial ceremony

  2 Florida fugitives arrested in Lowndes Co.

  Valdosta City Councilman wants ‘saggy pants’ ordinance

Gov. Kemp, First Lady hold flyaround tour ahead of Labor Day Weekend

  How to control ’maskne’ after repeated use of face mask

  How to battle the flu amid the COVID-19 pandemic

  Homerville mask mandate now in effect

  SGMC Foundation donates masks to Greater Valdosta United Way

  Rules, guidelines in place for Valdosta High’s Friday football game

  Red Cross urges blood donations during Sickle Cell Awareness Month

  Family seeks justice after man killed outside Valdosta nightclub

  Plastic surgery booming during pandemic, doctors say

  Valdosta nightclub employee recalls shooting that left 19-year-old dead