Jennifer Moss


Jennifer is an award winning broadcast news journalist with more than two decades of professional television news experience including the nation's fifth largest news market. She's worked as both news reporter and news anchor for television and radio in markets from Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo all the way to San Francisco, California.

She's interviewed everyone from U.S. Presidents to Oprah Winfrey; Bishop Desmond Tutu to amazing young students. She's skied with Special Olympians and has flown an F-16 fighter jet.

Jennifer loves the community in which she lives and thus remains very active. She has been recognized for outstanding community service and received the "Giants" award in Grand Rapids.

Jennifer has two teenage sons at home and a daughter and grandson in Indianapolis. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.

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Grand Valley State University is addressing the increasing need for hospice and palliative care in West Michigan.  This fall, a new certificate course is being offered that could help those who deal with “end-of-life” care. 

“There was a national release called ‘dying in America’ , which really told us that across the country there was an enormous need for improved care at end of life and symptom management of life limiting illness.”

Wait times are decreasing at local Secretary of State offices due to new technology, but many people may not know it.  At least two more offices in Grand Rapids now offer what’s called “My-Time-Line”. We  spoke with Secretary of State Ruth Johnson.

“It’s important for government to realize that the public’s time is just as important as anybody else’s and we need to continue to address that and make so it people don’t have to wait in line any longer than absolutely necessary.”

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A volunteer effort led by a group of young professionals in Grand Rapids will work to beautify a green space and help prevent flooding.  About 20 govern:GR members along with other city employees are taking “personal” time today to plant perennials on the city’s west side. 

“It just shows the commitment that the staff members are willing to go out on their own to beautify and help protect the area from flooding.”