Jennifer J. Meyer
Jennifer is a contributing columnist for the Southern California News Group, a collection of newspapers including The Los Angeles Daily News, The Riverside Press-Enterprise and The Orange County Register, where she worked as a staff writer for many years. As the primary writer for Orange County Home Magazine, she interviewed many top designers, architects and builders and toured many multimillion-dollar homes.
Her work has also appeared in the Rotarian, Parenting and other popular magazines.
Jennifer was selected for the prestigious creative writing workshop with Richard Bausch at Chapman College, which she completed in spring 2016. She is a self-proclaimed true-crime junkie and is currently writing a crime novel.
A bird enthusiast, Jennifer has been a volunteer for various non-profit conservation groups including the Orange County Bird of Prey Center, which rehabilitates owls, hawks and falcons and the Southern California Bluebird Club, which monitors nesting boxes in local parks. She is a member of Sea & Sage Audubon.
Jennifer earned a bachelor of science from Elmhurst College and a master of science from Loyola University of Chicago.