Jennifer Richman, 2019 Camden County MLK Freedom Medal Winner

Jennifer Richman is a born-and-bred Cherry Hill resident who has parlayed her love of Cherry Hill into a vibrant community Facebook Page that has become the heartbeat of the town. She has warmly embraced her new reputation as the town crier and the unelected mayor.

In a fast-paced world where people often feel disengaged, she is proud to have cultivated a forum through which thousands of community members can feel connected to one another. From posting events, promoting businesses, asking for referrals, finding lost dogs, traffic alerts, assisting the CHPD, discussing local issues, to anything and everything in between, the local Facebook Page that she administers has become the go-to site for everything anyone needs and wants to know. She is proud to have shaped an enthusiastic and interactive forum that is based on respect, information, and a whole lot of fun. She loves giving her informative posts a comedic twist and creating an engaging space where people can feel invested in the town, the local issues and their fellow neighbors.

On Saturday mornings, Jen also runs “Bootcamp for a Cause,” an outdoor workout program that donates 100% of its proceeds to charity. A dedicated group of fitness fanatics push their bodies to the limit, but the strongest muscle is their heart, as they have given a total of $1,200 to 12 deserving charities over the past year and a half.  

Jen co-owns a business with her brother Rob called R3 Memory Keepers, which specializes in digitizing and preserving all your precious family memories. From bulk photo and slide scanning to video and film to DVD transfer, Jen loves to ensure that those priceless memories are preserved and shared for generations to come!