Jeremy Jenkins is a native Arkansan. He graduated from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) with a degree in Mass Media and emphasis in Radio and Television Journalism. During his time at UALR, Jeremy was one of the creators of UALR Rock for the Cure, a senator in the Student Government Association, and President of the university chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. He also interned with lifestyle publication Inclusion Magazine and television station KATV.
In his work, Jeremy’s strives to give a voice for someone who would otherwise go unheard. Jeremy has reported on national news stories such as the Glacier National Park fires of 2017, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma and the 2016 presidential election. He’s interviewed numerous celebrities and public figures such as Jamie Foxx and Sen. Steve Daines.
Outside the newsroom, Jeremy enjoys tennis, interior design, cooking and traveling. Over the years, he has been heavily involved in organizations benefiting cancer and multiple sclerosis research.