2016-

Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Ohio-
-Best Digital Feature (1st) | Kilee's Long Journey


2015-
Edward R. Murrow Awards (RTDNA)
-Regional award for best website, WCPO.com


Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Ohio-
-Best of Show Online Still Photographer in Ohio (1st)
-Best Feature (1st) | Exit 34
-Best Photography (2nd) | Exit 34, Amy Ellis portrait


Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Cincinnati-

-Best beat reporting | The Heroin Epidemic

-Best visual series | In Focus

-Best sports photography | Serena Willaims


2014-
Edward R. Murrow Awards (RTDNA)
-Regional award for best website, WCPO.com

Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Cincinnati-
-Best health reporting | Kids heal by horse, WCPO.com
-Best headline | Scars unseen: Casualties of war on the home front, WCPO.com
-Best news feature video | Queen for a day, WCPO.com
-Best photo | Boy heals by horse, WCPO.com

-Best education reporting | Seeing stars: Innovative collaboration, Soapbox Cincinnati


2013-
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Ohio-
-Best sports photography, 1st place | Opening Day coverage, WCPO.com

EMMYS | NATAS Ohio Valley Chapter-                                   
-Nomination | Reporter, Best Features/Human Interests, WCPO-TV

Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Cincinnati-

-TV public service reporting, 1st place | “Piner woman given hope after storm”, WCPO-TV | WCPO.com
Comments: The best stories have strong characters, and Debbie Pelfrey tells the story with sincerity and grace.

-TV feature, 1st place | “Soldier Daddy Comes Home”, WCPO-TV | WCPO.com
Comments: Ms. Noll’s piece does a very fine job of capturing the moment of reunion and the joy military families experience when seeing their loves ones again after deployment. Plus the story gets two reunions in one with the addition of the daughter’s basketball game at the end.

-TV news photography | “Family forced to move from falling house”, WCPO-TV
Comments: Good coverage of an emotional issue with illustrative images provided by the family.

-Feature photography | “Rabbit Hash”, Story magazine
Comments: Really captures the town and its vibe.


-Camilla Warrick- Public Service Reporting Award | “Piner woman given hope after storm”, WCPO-TV | WCPO.com


-TV series reporting, finalist | “A boy’s journey to his best friend”, WCPO-TV | WCPO.com

-Best online photography | “Opening Day 2012”, WCPO.com

-TV news feature | “Grandchild saves family in tornado”, WCPO-TV | WCPO.com


2012-
Kentucky News Photographer Association (KNPA)-
-Hon. Mention, Feature picture story- “Voices from the Cold”, KyPost.com                  
-Hon. Mention, Sports picture story- 136th Kentucky Derby, KyPost.com         
           
              

Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Cincinnati division-
-Best blogging coverage- 1st place | “Reporter’s Notebook | State of Ohio v. Ryan K. Widmer Trial 3: Gavel to Gavel”, WCPO.com
-Public service reporting- 1st place | “The Great Milk Debate: Raw or Pasteurized?”, WCPO-TV
-General non-deadline news story | 1st place, “Bullies Have a New Playground”, KyPost.com
-Online presentation- 1st place | “Ohio v. Ryan K. Widmer Round 3”, WCPO.com
-Sports photography- 1st place | “Record Number at Derby 137”, KyPost.com
-News photography- 1st place | “Dulle: Killed in the Line of Duty”, WCPO.com
-Feature photography- 1st place | “Stars Hit the Red Carpet at Derby”, KyPost.com


2011-
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Cincinnati division-
-Best blogging coverage- 1st place | “Reporter’s Notebook: Anthony Kirkland”, WCPO.com
-News feature- 2nd place | “Voices from the Cold”, KyPost.com
-Developing news feature- 1st place | “A Journey for Life: March for life in D.C.”, WCPO.com
-News photo- 2nd place | “Tea Party Rallies on Tax Day”, KyPost.com
-Sports photo coverage- 2nd place | “World Equestrian Games”, KyPost.com


2010-
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Cincinnati division-
-Best use of interactive elements-1st place | “Key Evidence in McCafferty Trial”, KyPost.com
-Feature photography-2nd place | “USS Nightmare", KyPost.com
-1st Amendment Award-2nd place | “McCafferty Murder Trial”, KyPost.com
-News blog- 2nd place | “Reporter’s Notebook: McCafferty Murder Trial”, KyPost.com
-News feature headline-3rd place | “The Day the Circus Fell Silent”, KyPost.com


2009-
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Cincinnati division-
-News feature- 1st place | “Not Pictured: Senior Denied Sport in Yearbook”, KyPost.com
-Sports photography- 1st place | “Triumph and Tragedy at Churchill”, KyPost.com
-New photography- 1st place | “Advocated & Protest”, KyPost.com
-News headline- 1st place | “What’s Wrong With Ft. Wright?”, KyPost.com
-Feature headline- 2nd place | “A Place for Sex”, KyPost.com
-Series- 2nd place | “Execution of Marco Allen Chapman”, KyPost.com
-Deadline story/breaking news- 2nd place | “Touma’s Death Ruled Homicide”, KyPost.com
-Feature photography- 3rd place | “Heart of Kentucky”, KyPost.com
-Lifestyle feature- 3rd place | “To Be a N.Ky. Ironman”, KyPost.com

 

E.W. Scripps Company – KyPost.com, WCPO.com
Employee of the Month, Feb. 2009
Employee of the Month, May 2010


2006-
CASE Gold Medal, Council for the Advancement and Support of Education
-Gold medal for Internal Audience Periodical in higher education | Reservoir Online Magazine


Association for Women Journalists of Chicago Scholarship                                                                      

2005-
Follett Fellowship                                                                                              
Fischetti Journalism Scholarship                                                          
Larsen Scholarship | Washington, D.C. studies scholarship            

2003-
Brown Publishing Awards-                                                                   
-Breaking news- 1st place
-Column writing- 3rd place
-Photo page- 2nd place


Ohio Newspaper Women’s Association Awards-                                 
-Photo page- 1st place
-Triple entry of articles- 3rd place

AWARDS-

  • ASNE- American Society of News Editors
  • SPJ- Society of Professional Journalists
  • IRE- Investigative Reporters and Editors
  • KNPA- Kentucky News Photographers Association 
  • Ohio Valley Emmys

MEMBERSHIPS-

Honors | Affiliations

Journalist | WRITER | photographer | STORYTELLER

Jessica Noll

Ohio SPJ 2015 Awards for Exit 34
-Best of Show Online Still Photographer in Ohio
-Best Feature
-Best Photography

Cincinnati SPJ Best Sports Photo  2015

Ohio SPJ Best Sports Photography 2013

Cincinnati SPJ Best Photo  2014