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

  South Health District: Appointments still available for church site vaccinations

  Downtown Valdosta’s Makers Market to help small businesses grow

  Group wants community there for ethics hearing against Valdosta mayor

City of Valdosta breaking ground for new Amphitheater Park

  City of Valdosta proposes ordinance to allow open containers in downtown

  Moody airmen rescue man from nearly drowning at Madison Blue Spring

  Valdosta Police Department welcome 5 new officers

  State Representatives comment on the idea of vaccine passports

  Southwell divsersity and inclusion director seeks to offer patient care

  ‘They got some big, scary-looking dudes to help them feel safe’: Biker organization on a mission to help abused kids

Safety officials share National Distracted Awareness Month message

South Health District partners with churches to vaccinate communities

  Strawberry festival kicks off this weekend at The Market at Rutland Farms in Valdosta

  CDC releases new COVID-19 guidance ahead of Easter weekend

  Ethics Board discuss hearing on complaint filed against Valdosta’s mayor

  SGMC prepares to open new Women’s Health Center

  Valdosta City Schools sees increase in pre-k and kindergarten registrations

  Ga. Access to Medical Cannabis Commission evaluating state cannabis production licenses

  Raffensperger comments on new voting law lawsuit against him

  Wild Adventures gears up for 25th season opening

  South Health District sees high demand for Janssen vaccines; drive-thru clinic vaccinates over 500

  Valdosta organization aiming to start monthly crime club meetings again

  VSU sees students lining up to get COVID-19 vaccine

  Family wants answers after crash on I-75 kills 4 loved ones

  VSU cancels spring break in fear of potential COVID-19 outbreak

  Westside Elementary’s agriculture program teaches students to care for the earth

  Volunteers gather to help organizations during annual ‘Day of Caring’

  VSU’s research team discovers effective treatment for COVID-19

  Georgia Peanut Commission makes hefty donations to Second Harvest of South Ga

  Remerton Fire Dept. works to enhance safety in growing community