I have been entertaining radio listeners since 1998, having spent time producing two prominent radio programs in the Philadelphia market prior to being an on-air personality here in South Jersey. Since 2000, I've anchored evenings and middays and can currently be heard entertaining South Jersey’s Own workforce weekdays while overseeing the station's programming and the SoJO 104.9 air talent. I love cats, yoga, binge-watching TV, podcasts, and, most of all, being a true South Jersey Girl. I am a proud graduate of the Broadcast/Telecommunications/Mass Media program at Temple University in Philadelphia. Prior to Temple, I was part of the on-air staff at 91.5 WDBK, the highly successful and popular student-run radio station at Camden County Community College. I am a fan of all things pop culture and is currently addicted to basically every reality TV show. I also love movies, fashion magazines and blogs, and gossip rags.
12 Surprising Benefits of Social Distancing
We've all been slowed down by the spread of coronavirus, social distancing to keep ourselves (and others) as safe as possible. But, you may have found some surprising, non-health related benefits to doing so.
Know a Non-Profit Doing Good for the Community During COVID-19? Nominate Them to Receive $…
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to impact our communities, OceanFirst Foundation, Grunin Foundation, and Townsquare Media are looking to honor non-profit organizations making a difference with Acts of Kindness during this difficult time.
Community Food Bank of NJ Hoping for Donations to Make Emergency Meal Kits
The Community FoodBank of NJ is creating emergency meal kits with nonperishable proteins, vegetables, cereal, and snack items — enough food to sustain a family for several days.
Ocean City Beach and Boardwalk Officially Closed Amid Coronavirus
Even six feet apart, you won't be able to take a stroll down the Ocean City boardwalk or beach.
Famous Dave’s in Mays Landing Reportedly Closed for Good, Not Just Because of COVID-19
We're hearing that one of Atlantic County's barbecue restaurants has reportedly closed for good.
Camden County Woman Has Died From Coronavirus
Officials in Camden County have confirmed the death of a resident due to coronavirus.
New Jersey Halting All Elective Surgeries Amid Coronavirus Crisis
Starting Friday, March 27th, elective surgeries will stop in the Garden State as coronavirus continues to spread.
Many Atlantic City Casinos Donating Unused Food to Local Food Banks
In a sea of heartbreaking information amid the coronavirus outbreak, it's great to see so many people and organizations doing the right thing.
Could Christmas Lights Make a Comeback in South Jersey to Spread Cheer?
Our world has suddenly gotten very small because of the spread of coronavirus. I find myself looking for the bright spots. But could those bright spots be the return of Christmas lights in South Jersey?
Two Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus in Gloucester County
The Gloucester County Health Department announced Tuesday that two of it's residents tested positive for coronavirus.