Jill Nicolini is the host of the talk show Bold & Brave on the Ion Plus Network in the top 25 Markets in the United States including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, Washington DC, Houston, San Fransisco, Boston, Atlanta and many others. Bold & Brave is a talk show dedicated to the empowerment of individuals and professionals that influence our world. Jill talks about important topics of today such as Wellness, Health, Fitness, Fashion, Healing and life style.
Jill Nicolini was born in Farmingville, New York. After attending Sachem North High School in Long Island she attended Stony Brook University. In 1997, Nicolini joined WBLI Radio in Long Island. In 2000, she began working on her bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts at the New York Institute of Technology while reporting for LI News Tonight. In 2001, she became the arena announcer for the New York Islanders and a dancer for the New York Dragons Arena Football team. Nicolini soon became an on-camera traffic reporter at Long Island’s Metro & Traffic and Weather Channel and News 12/Long Island.Nicolini participated in the 2003 Fox reality television program Married by America; she won the contest but declined to get married. In August 2006, became an anchor on a morning news segment on WPIX-TV.After being in the modeling industry, Jill had parts in four feature films and six TV shows, including HBO‘s Sex and the City and NBC‘s Law & Order. Jill was the Traffic Anchor on the PIX11 Morning News in the early 2000s. In addition to delivering the traffic (often from the helicopter Air 11), Nicolini interviewed top celebrities in the entertainment industry. She also served as fill-in anchor, weather anchor and feature reporter. In 2011 Nicolini joined WNYW Fox 5 as Entertainment Reporter. At WPIX, she and Marvin Scott spent Christmas holidays in Iraq in 2009 and 2010 with local servicepersons to help reconnect the troops with their families back at home live via satellite. In continuing her goodwill mission, in 2010 she spent the holidays in Norfolk, Virginia with the Navy where she reported live and reunited sailors with their loved ones. She is actively involved with several charities, including: John Theissen Children’s Foundation, Little Shelter Animal Rescue, Alliance for Lupus Research, PETA, The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, The National Institute of Natural Sciences, and The Arthritis Foundation. In October 2013, Nicolini served as a traffic reporter and fill-in host Live From The Couch. CBS WLNY-TV and also served as a traffic reporter on WCBS Channel 2 News “This Morning”. In October 2014, Nicolini announced that she was pregnant with a baby boy. In Spring 2017, Nicolini returned to WPIX doing traffic for the station’s weekday morning newscast and in October 2017, she can be heard reporting traffic on 1010AM WINS Radio.