Jennifer Marie Brown
Jennifer Marie Brown is the lovely wife of journalist and author, Jake Tapper -best knonw as a CNN anchor and chief Washington correspondent.
Jennifer’s husband is the host of ‘The Lead’ every weeknight, ‘State of the Union’ on Sunday mornings, and he’s the network’s chief Washington correspondent.
Jake Tapper was born on Staten Island in New York on March 12, 1969. He grew up in Philadelphia, and went to school at Akiba Hebrew Academy -where he was editor of the school paper.
Tapper actually had set his sight on becoming a political cartoonist. As a senior, Tapper interned for Ed Rendell who was running to be mayor of Philadelphia. He went to Dartmouth University and also enrolled in film school at USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles, but after a semester he dropped out.
After the cartoonist thing didn’t work, he realize he could become a freelance journalist and his first full-time journalism job was at Washington City Paper. The rest is history.
Tapper has been happily married to Jennifer Marie Brown since 2006. The couple met in 2004 in Des Moines, during the presidential caucus. They soon began dating and were married in 2006 at the Clubhouse in Kansas City.
According to their wedding announcement, Jennifer Marie Brown, was born in 1977 to parents Linda M. Brown and Thomas H. Brown of Platte City, Mo. Her father owned a US 1 Dollar, an independent general merchandise store in Lenexa, Kan. Her mother was a customer service supervisor for Southwest Airlines at Kansas City International Airport.
Jennifer Marie Brown graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She is a former regional field manager in Washington for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
The blonde is currently an advocacy consultant and is employed by Upstream, an organization dedicated to making sure all women have access to birth control.
Jennifer Marie Brown 45, is the mother of the couple’s two children, Alice and Jack. Their 12-year-old daughter published a book titled ‘Raise Your Hand’ in 2019.