Jen Richer

Jen Richer

Jen Richer is the Midday Host and News Director for Washington’s WONK FM. She has been in the DC market for over a decade, most recently as the morning show co-host and executive producer on 94.7 Fresh FM, as well as a regular contributor on All News 99.1 WNEW, and the host of the CBS Radio community affairs program Fresh Perspectives. She has been a regular contributor for Washingtonian Magazine, as well as featured in The Washington Post Magazine, and Northern Virginia Magazine, and on the cover of Nova Dog Magazine for her work in the community. Jen started her radio career at the heritage news talk station WMAL in Washington DC as a digital reporter and new media manager, and in 2007 earned the Edward R Murrow Station of the Year award. She moved to the Washington D.C. area from San Diego in 2002, where she studied International Affairs, Art History, and International Media at The George Washington University’s Elliott School. When she’s not geeking out over NASA and STEM development, she is a full time rescue dog mom of two, Puppy Bruce and Mr. Grant and an advocate for animal rescue and adoptions. She is a military sister and a supporter of military families and first responders. Having lost her grandmother to Ovarian Cancer, she has become a champion for awareness of the disease and works closely with the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition and the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance, hosting their annual D.C. fundraisers. One of her greatest joys is traveling, and when she’s not visiting her family on the West Coast, she and her best friend Lindsey are cashing in airline miles as they fly their way to their goal of seeing all seven continents by 2023.


Mission Report: Stimulus Vote Has House Rushing Back To DC


WASHINGTON, DC -- Lawmakers in the House are gearing up for a major vote. They're rushing back to Washington, DC some with concerns the coronavirus stimulus package won't pass by a simple voice vote.

There are fears Kentucky Republican Thomas Massie will request a recorded vote, meaning most House members need to be present to cast their votes.

Democrat and Republican representatives are now scrambling to get back to Capitol Hill so they can vote on the over $2 trillion dollar measure later today.

The massive economic stimulus bill, the largest rescue package in American history, was passed unanimously by the Senate late Wednesday. After expected passage by the House, the bill will be sent to President Trump for his signature.

Millions of Americans are awaiting relief from the congressional stimulus package, as unemployment numbers have reached record heights.

NBC News Radio Correspondent Michael Bower has the latest on what the Coronavirus means to the US economy.

Listen here for the full interview:

PM Mission Report

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