Christiane Cordero Bio, Age, Height, Nationality, Husband, Kids, Salary, WCCO
Christiane Cordero Biography – Wikipedia
This is what you need to know about Christiane Cordero, an American general assignment morning reporter for WCCO-TV and CBSN Minnesota. Before joining WCCO – Tv, Cordero worked for five years at WVIT in Connecticut.
Christiane Cordero Age
Cordero was born and raised in Los Angeles, United States. Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Christiane Cordero Height
Christiane stands at a height of 5 ft 4 inches/ 1.6 m tall.
Christiane Cordero Nationality
Christiane Cordero Family
She has credited her family for their love and support. Cordero’s Father, mother, and stepmother are all immigrants of the US. Strongly she relates to Filipino, Spanish, South Korean, and Mexican cultures and speaks conversational Spanish although, Little is known about Cordero’s parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Christiane Cordero Husband
Cordero is a married woman. On Jul 17, 2018, she posted on her Twitter that ” I married my best friend in a tiny, perfect town, surrounded by 21 of our favorite people from every corner of the country. Headed back to Minnesota grinning & grateful for such a wonderfully complicated life”.
Cordero receives an annual average salary of $43020. This is according to WCCO – TV News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Christiane Cordero Net Worth
Cordero has an estimated Net Worth of $10k – 100k dollars. Her career as a News anchor is her primary source of income.
Christiane Cordero Career
Cordero is an American general assignment morning reporter for WCCO-TV and CBSN Minnesota. Before joining WCCO – Tv, Cordero worked for five years at WVIT in Connecticut.
At WVIT, One of her most notable stories was that of Cassandra C, a 17-year-old girl who received forced chemotherapy as decided by the State Supreme Court. Christiane spent a year or so dabbling with consumer stories before diving in full time, as part of the station’s first consumer advocacy team called NBC Connecticut Response. In two years, Response recovered more than $250,000 for viewers.