Fabiola Santiago Biography
Fabiola Santiago works for Herald as a reporter and editor, writing about all things Miami from 1980. Fabiola shooled and completed his University course at the University of Florida.
Fabiola Santiago Age
Fabiola Santiago was born in the spring of 1959, in Matanzas, Cuba. She is 62 years old. However, she hasnt mentioned her exact date of birth, research on this is going on and will be updated soon.
Fabiola Santiago Height
Fabiola stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Fabiola Santiago Parents
Fabiola’s mom is called Olga Ruiz Santiago, who worked as a teacher in Matanzas, Cuba, she passed away at the age of 91. However, she hasnt mentioned details on her father and siblings, deep research on this is being pushed onwards and will be updated soon as available.
Fabiola Santiago Wife
Fabiola resides in Miami and is a mom to three kids, however, he hasnt not disclosed details on her love life, it isn’t known whether, she is single, married, or divorced, research on this is being keenly investigated, and as soon as information pops out will update it.
Fabiola Santiago Education
Fabiola shooled and completed his University course at the University of Florida.
Fabiola Santiago Salary
Fabiola annually earns a salary of $73,256. This is according to Miami Herald reporters/anchors’ salaries.
Fabiola Santiago Net Worth
Fabiola has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Fabiola Santiago Career
Fabiola Santiago works for Herald as a reporter and editor, writing about all things Miami from 1980. For her coverage on Hurricane Andrew, she earned the 1992 Pulitzer Prize and also was the founding city editor of the Spanish-language El Nuevo Herald. She also has received a 2001 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Elian Gonzalez story, while working at The Herald. Into the bargain, she has received awards from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Society of Professional Journalists for feature writing.
She also is the writer of Reclaiming Paris, which talks about a Miami woman who searches for her lost island and her identity through her relationships with men, the novel was sprinted out in 2008, by Simon & Schuster’s Atria Books and she has authored essays like The Year of Dreaming: A Tale of Two Quinceañeras and The Science of Ghost Hunting.