You can't please everyone, but these people seem to like me.

"Weather and traffic go together on the morning news like bacon and eggs on the breakfast table. For the last two years I’ve had the privilege of sharing my mornings with a gifted woman, whose talent extends well beyond relaying timely information about delays on Lake Shore Drive. 

 

Jenny Milkowski is a natural star. Blessed with striking beauty and a keen intellect, Jenny remains as natural and approachable as anybody.  Her ability to make those around her comfortable is an invaluable tool in the communications industry. The rapport she and I enjoyed both on-camera and off elevated my work at Fox 32 and contributed to significant ratings gains during our joint tenure on Good Day Chicago.  

 

Jenny went well beyond the daily call of her traffic responsibilities. I watched her ardently and assiduously expand her social media presence to the point of unchallenged domination among all television personalities in Chicago.  Beyond the hard work and extra hours she devoted to this end, it requires an inherent likability to build such a huge and loyal following.  From showcasing many of Chicago’s wonderful attractions to celebrating her Polish heritage, audiences on all platforms embraced her genuine warmth and exuberance. 

 

Wherever hard work, drive and passion are sought, my good friend Jenny Milkowski will excel. While I miss her laugh and dynamic banter at Fox 32, I eagerly look forward to witnessing the next chapter of her success story." - Michael Caplan. Meteorologist at WFLD

I am writing in enthusiastic support of, not just a coworker but my good friend, Jenny Milkowski. I was fortunate enough to have worked alongside Jenny as her Traffic Producer at FOX 32 for over a year and can attest to her outstanding character and work ethic. She always entered the day with a pleasant personality, witty humor and was just an overall joy to work with.

Working with Jenny has inspired me to achieve higher goals, because she encouraged me to reach out past my boundaries. When asked (or not) lol Jenny gave helpful criticisms of my work and then would volunteer to help me implement the solutions. She was definitely a team player who could always be counted on to put in more than her share of the work. After normal work hours, Jenny could often be found on Facebook live giving real-time traffic updates, contributor on a lifestyle podcast, or doing fun/informative features around the city. She is the hardest working woman I know!

Jenny was an intelligent and reliable team player. I will miss her immensely and I know more opportunities are on the horizon and she will excel anywhere she goes! -Bryesha Adams. Traffic Producer at WFLD

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