Jack Schlossberg is the only grandson of former President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy Onassis. He was born to parents Caroline Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg on Jan. 19, 1993, and was named John Bouvier "Jack" Kennedy Schlossberg after both of his maternal grandparents.
Jack studied at Yale University, where he completed his undergraduate degree, and at Harvard Law and Business School for his M.B.A. and J.D. He passed the bar exam in 2023 and, like many of his family members, is passionate about the environment and politics.
In 2017, Jack made his first live TV experience with his mother on the Today show, sharing that his family's history motivates him. “I’m inspired by my family’s legacy of public service. It’s something that I’m very proud of. But I’m still trying to make my own way and figure things out," Jack said. "So stay tuned — I don’t know what I’m going to do.”
Former WPIX Reporter and Journalist
Mary Murphy was born and raised in Queens, and she’s been telling stories in all corners of her hometown during an award-winning journalism career.
In October 2021, Mary launched regular segments on PIX11 News called “The Missing,” reporting on families seeking their loved ones who have disappeared. Her work has assisted in finding multiple people and was recognized with a New York Emmy Award in 2023 when the Creative Services team at PIX11 won the honor for Outstanding News Promotion of “The Missing.”
Mary has received 30 of her 32 Emmy Awards for her journalism at PIX11 News, reporting on significant events of our lifetime, including the opioid crisis, the September 11th terror attacks, the “Junior” case in the Bronx, the Black Sunday fire in 2005, and 1996 explosion of TWA Flight 800.
In July 2023, Mary covered the arrest of accused Gilgo Beach serial killer, Rex Heuermann, after a dozen years of reporting on the unsolved mystery. Podcasters have sought out Mary for commentary on the case.
In 2020, Mary reported extensively on the “Faces of the Pandemic,” as the COVID-19 crisis emerged in the United States. She helped viewers understand the science of coronavirus and told the personal stories of survivors—and the people who succumbed to the virus.
In 2017, Mary was the first to report that the Halloween truck attack on bicyclists and pedestrians on West Street in lower Manhattan was an act of terror. The assault happened in the shadow of the Freedom Tower. It was the first, fatal act of terror post-9/11.
Mary served as weekend anchor at PIX11 News for 14 years, from 1995 to 2009, playing a large role in coverage of the deaths of Princess Diana and John F. Kennedy Junior, among other breaking stories.