Claudia Trejos Biography
Claudia Trejos is a sports writer. She has worked in the broadcasting industry for over 26 years. She is a successful and genuine sports personality and journalist. Moreover, Claudia is a Hispanic woman working as a sports journalist in a male-dominated field. She has also established credibility through her love and knowledge of sports, as well as her enthusiasm for the storylines and athletes.
Claudia Trejos Age
Claudia Trejos was born in Columbia on March 20, 1969. She is 54 years old
Claudia Trejos Height
Claudia stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65m tall.
Claudia Trejos Family
Claudia was born and raised in Columbia by her parents, Graciela and Argemiro Trejos. However, she has not revealed any information about her family (parents and siblings).
Claudia Trejos Husband
Claudia was previously married to her ex-boyfriend, Chang, an Asian man. She has one child, Sophia Chang, who was born in 2015. However, there is no information available about her current marital status.
Claudia Trejos Education
Claudia studied applied science in Switzerland when she was 16 years old. Her mother wanted her to be a doctor, so she enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to study medicine. She dropped out of college, however, after being offered a job with Fox’s Liberty Sports Network.
Claudia Trejos Salary
Claudia earns an annual salary of $66,993.
Claudia Trejos Net Worth
Claudia has an approximate net worth of $2 million.
Claudia Trejos Career
Claudia has worked for the ESPN Network for the past 8 years and 9 months as an anchor, commentator, and ESPN Deportes ( since Jun 2013). Since July 2020, she has been a Motivational Speaker at Claudia Trejos in the United States. She worked as a host at Unanimo Sports from September 2019 to December 2020 before joining ESPN (1 year and 4 months).
She hosted Sho.com Boxing Events for Showtime Networks Inc. from June 2012 to June 2013. Before she worked for Univision Communications Inc. in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area as a Lead Anchor and Sports, she worked there for a year and nine months ( From Jun 2011 to Feb 2013). Prior she worked as a Sports Anchor and Reporter for Telemundo 52 in Miami, Florida, USA. She was there for five years, from 2001 to 2006.
Further, she is fluent in both English and Spanish and can communicate with fans, athletes, and executives. She is an inspiration to them and has assisted them in uniting cultures. Her first career is full of “firsts.” She was one of the first women to cover a boxing match in Saudi Arabia in 2019, as well as the first female color commentator in NBA history, as co-host of the weekly show “NBA Max.”
She was the first female to report on Olympic boxing at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, and the first Latina sports journalist to transition from Hispanic to General Market TV in Los Angeles in the 1990s. Aside from sports, she is extremely passionate about empowering women and minorities to advance in their careers.