Camila Orti Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth, Salary, Fox 12
Camila Orti Biography
This is what you need to know about Camila Orti, an American news journalist currently working for Fox 12 News, KPTV, Portland, Oregon, as a news anchor and reporter anchoring on weekends in the evening and reporting on weekdays. She also joined the Fox 12 News team in December 2019.
Camila Orti Age
How old is Camila Orti? She was born on July 15 in Stony Brook, New York. She also celebrates her birthday on July 15 every year.
Camila Orti Height
- 1.6 m.
She stands at a height of around 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Camila Orti Family
Orti was born in Stony Brook, New York by her immigrant Argentinean parents who moved to the United States. However, she has managed to keep her personal life away from the public, however, it will be updated.
Camila Orti Husband
Orti a happily married lady to her beloved husband Johnny Ruthford. He also proposed to Camila while she was on air at KLKN. The two got married on June 6, 2015. All of her workmates were there during the proposal. Her proposal video has over 2 million views on YouTube. However, it is not known whether the couple has any kids or not. We promise to keep you updated once the information is available.
Camila Orti Salary
Orti receives an estimated annual salary of between $45,000 – $110,500.
Camila Orti Net Worth
Orti has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million as of 2021. Her income is mainly attributed to her successful career as a journalist.
Camila Orti Career
She also started her television career as a bilingual reporter in Nebraska, first at KLKN, and then moved to KETV in Omaha, where she covered everything from presidential campaigns to devastating tornadoes and historic flooding.
Camila had also spent most of her life in Lincoln, Nebraska, where she enrolled at the University of Nebraska Lincoln and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
In the University, she also traveled to New Delhi, in India to tell stories about the homeless population and challenges encountering women in traditional communities. She competed in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program, and luckily, she was also an awarded second place at the 2013 National Championship in San Francisco in the television news category.