Jennifer Kay is a Miami-based journalist for The Associated Press. She has dictated copy in the middle of the night from North Philadelphia, an exclusive Main Line neighborhood, the National Hurricane Center and the tarmac at the Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Jennifer has twice been a finalist for the South Florida Society of Professional Journalists’ Sunshine State Awards for international reporting in the Caribbean. The National Association of Caribbean-American Journalists also has honored her for her coverage of the Caribbean Diaspora in the U.S. She also won a 1999-2000 Virginia Press Award for a front-page story about gang activity in the D.C. metro area. Before moving to Miami, Jennifer worked in the AP’s Philadelphia bureau. She interned at the Daily Local News in West Chester, Pa., WXPN public radio in Philadelphia, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine and Connection Newspapers in suburban Washington, D.C. She graduated from Dartmouth College.