Carolina Rosario Biography
Carolina Rosario is a well-known bilingual reporter who has working as a news correspondent for Primer Impacto Univision Network since 2017. She also works as a reporter/brief anchor, as well as a General Assignment Reporter/Puerto Rico Beat at Noticiero Univision and Fusion TV on the Univision Network. Before she reported on Latino voters and elections.
Carolina Rosario Age
Carolina Rosario was born in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, in the United States on February 17, 1988. She is 35 years old.
Carolina Rosario Height
Carolina stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches/1.65 m tall.
Carolina Rosario Family
Carolina was born in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, to loving and supportive parents. She is Dr. Juan Rosario’s and Raquel Rivera’s proud daughter. Details on her siblings remain unknown.
Carolina Rosario Husband
Carolina is happily married to her caring and supportive husband Agustin Barreto. Kalel is the couple’s only child. She hasn’t said much about her husband or child at the moment.
Carolina Rosario Education
Carolina earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting journalism from Florida International University in 2011. She earned her bachelor’s degree in investigative journalism from Poynters News U in 2012. She also earned a certificate in politics from Poynter Institute in 2016.
Carolina Rosario Salary
Carolina receives an annual salary of $68,154.
Carolina Rosario’s Net Worth
Carolina’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Carolina Rosario Career
Carolina is a bilingual journalist who works for Univision Network’s Primer Impacto, Noticiero Univision, and Fusion TV. She provided information on Latino voters and elections. She also spoke with Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei and other politicians. She has reported to the White House and the United States Congress for Noticiero Univision.
She worked on reporting the protest and removal of Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosello from office, as well as the island’s financial crisis. She also spent months on the island covering Hurricanes Irma and Maria. She covered numerous other hurricanes and natural disasters across the United States, risking her safety to bring a firsthand account of the events as they unfolded.
She got an exclusive interview with Mexican singer Jose Jose’s youngest daughter just hours after his death. She was also the first to meet with the family of rapper Kevin Fret, who was killed in Puerto Rico. She conducted an exclusive interview with the eight American survivors of a deadly Costa Rica rafting accident. Her dedication and commitment have been recognized numerous times, with six Emmy® Award nominations. Her most recent assignment was with the Primer Impacto team to cover Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.