Jenn White Biography
Jennifer White popularly known as Jenn White is a media personality serving as a host of the nationally syndicated NPR show 1A. She previously served as the host of “Reset with Jenn White” on WBEZ Chicago.
Jenn White Age
Jenn’s age is unknown.
Jenn White Family
There is no much information available about Jenn’s family apart from that she grew up in Motor City, Detroit, Michigan. In an interview with the 1a.org she said that she was introduced to public radio by her sister when she was 16 years old.
Jenn White Husband
Jenn is married although the name of her husband is unknown.
Jenn White WBEZ – Reset
Jenn joined WBEZ in 2016 as the host of ‘The Morning Shift.’ She later began hosting the station’s local two-hour midday show, ‘Reset with Jenn White’. She also hosted WBEZ’s critically acclaimed podcasts Making Oprah, Making Obama, and 16 Shots, which chronicled the fatal police shooting of Laquan McDonald and the trial of Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke.
She previously hosted All Things Considered at NPR member station Michigan Radio in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She has worked in public radio since 1999.
Jenn White NPR
Jenn joined the nationally syndicated NPR show 1A in May 2020. Her role is to moderate the daily dialogue and champion Americans’ right to speak freely. She took over from Joshua Johnson, who stepped down in December of 2019 to join MSNBC as a television anchor.
Jenn said she was excited to join A1, “I am excited to build on my love of the news by joining 1A as host, to moderate conversations around the most important issues of our time. 1A is a show by, and for our listeners, and I can’t wait to talk to them about the most salient topics facing our country, to find solutions and hold those in power accountable.”
NPR’s senior vice president for programming and audience development said they were thrilled Jenn was joining the station.
“We are thrilled Jenn White will be joining the network as a defining voice of NPR. White comes to 1A at an important moment for civic dialogue in our nation, when our public service mission has never been more essential.”