Cristina Alexander is a popular American sports journalist currently working for ESPN Deportes and ESPN Mexico’s new daytime edition of SportsCenter as a co-anchor, with Sergio Dipp.
In June 2015, She joined ESPN. Before joining ESPN, Alexander served at Univision Deportes Network as a sports reporter.
Cristina Alexander Age
Cristina was born in Mexico, on November 10, 1991. She is 30 years old and on November 10th every year celebrates her birthday.
Cristina Alexander Height
Alexander stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches (Approx 1.72m).
After completing his primary and high school education, Cristina joined the University of Missouri in 2010 and graduated earning a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the Missouri School of Journalism in 2014.
Cristina Alexander Family
Cristina was born to her caring and supportive father and mother in Mexico. At the moment, She has not shared any details about either her parents or if she has siblings. However, as soon as Alexander shares the information regarding her family members we shall update you on this segment.
Cristina Alexander Husband
She is presently engaged to her boyfriend. On December 31, 2019, Alexander got engaged in New York, New York City, in the United States to her boyfriend whose name is not mentioned. She is very overprotective about her personal life, however, as soon as she shares the details we shall update you on this section.
Cristina Alexander Salary
Cristina’s annual salary is $ 65,786 per year. This is according to ESPN News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Cristina Alexander Net Worth
Alexander has an approximate net worth of $4 million.
Cristina Alexander Career
She serves for ESPN Deportes and ESPN Mexico’s new daytime edition of SportsCenter, as a co-anchor with Sergio Dipp.
Cristina has been a fully bilingual commentator and has been serving for the last two years as an ESPN correspondent in Guadalajara reporting to both Chivas and Mexican soccer clubs Atlas.
Before joining ESPN, Cristina served at the NBC affiliate KOMU 8 News as a reporter, producer, and anchor over her final two years of college in Columbia, Missouri. She also served at Univision Deportes Network as a sports reporter.