Jennifer Marie Brown is an American writer best known for her teen writings including her first novel Hate List, published in 2009. Since 2013, she has been writing fiction under the name Jennifer Scott.
She has published different other teen fiction writings such as Bitter End, Perfect Escape, Thousand Words, Torn Away etc and children’s fiction such as Life on Mars and How Lunchbox Jones saved me from robots, traitors, and Missy the Cruel.
Jennifer Brown’s Married Life And Her Husband, Jake Tapper
Talking about her personal life, Jennifer Marie Brown is a married woman and was married to her longtime boyfriend, Jake Tapper. She tied the knot with him in 2006 and the wedding was held in Missouri. Their married life has been quite successful and they have been living happily ever after 10 years of their marriage.
Jennifer and her husband Jake are blessed with two wonderful children. They have a daughter, Alice, who is 9 years old and a son who is 7. The lovely couple has a small, perfect and beautiful family. The family currently resides in Washington D.C. The couple is enjoying their marital relation since their wedding and there is no sign of having a divorce.
Jennifer’s husband is an American Journalist, cartoonist, and author and is also the Chief Washington Correspondent for CNN. He is also the anchor of a television news show The Lead with Jake Tapper on the CNN. He also runs the morning affairs program State of the Union in CNN and CNN International. He has also worked for ABC News.
Jennifer And Jake's Net Worth
The net worth of Jennifer is not revealed but the net worth of Jake is estimated to be around $12.76 million as of 2016. He also receives a very good salary from CNN. Prior to that, he also earns wages from different other sources.
Tapper contributed to the coverage of the inauguration of President Obama that earned an Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story.
The Republican primary debate Tapper moderated in September 2015 drew more than 23 million viewers, making it the most-watched program in the history of CNN and the second-most watched primary debate ever.
As the Senior White House Correspondent for ABC News, Tapper was honored with three Merriman Smith Memorial Awards for broadcast journalism.