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Jen Maxfield Launches Her New Book on the JCC Stage

Tenafly native, Jen Maxfield, Journalist and Emmy-award winning reporter and substitute anchor at NBC New York takes the JCC stage to present her new book: “More After the Break: A Reporter Returns to Ten Unforgettable News Stories.”
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Meet Jen Maxfield, Journalist, Author, Speaker, and Professor

Jen Maxfield is an Emmy Award–winning reporter and anchor who started at NBC New York in 2013. Prior to joining the station, she worked for Eyewitness News (ABC7) in New York City as a reporter and substitute anchor for ten years. Jen started her broadcast career in Binghamton, New York (WIVT), in 2000 and also worked in Syracuse (WIXT) before moving to New York City in 2002. She has reported live from thousands of news events over her 22-year career and estimates she has interviewed more than ten thousand people.

Jen Maxfield is also an adjunct professor at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, and a graduate of the class of 2000.

THE STORY BEHIND THE BOOK
“Whether you are someone who wants to be inspired by the stories of peo-ple put in extraordinary circumstances, or if you are curious about how we manage to get all those interviews that you see on the evening news or your Twitter feed, or if you are an aspiring journalist, this book is for you. I hope that you enjoy meeting these heroic people as much as I enjoyed writing about them.”
Jen Maxfield

Evening Moderator:
Susan Marenoff-Zausner, President , Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum

All proceeds from the admission charge of chai will support programs that alleviate food insecurity in our local community, a cause for which Jen Maxfield has strongly advocated for many years.

This event is generously underwritten by:
Jodi & Saul Scherl
Debra Oremland & Arthur Sinensky
Fran & Joshua Weingast
Robin & Steve Rogers

For more information contact Kathy Graff at 201.408.1454 or kgraff@jccotp.org.