Leticia Juarez Biography
Leticia Juarez works as a general assignment reporter at ABC7 Eyewitness News in Los Angeles, CA., she started working here in 2010. Her career began in Palmdale, California at a cable station as an intern but swiftly changed to a general assignment reporter. She also worked in Palm Springs as a producer and general assignment reporter at KMIR-TV in 2003. Additionally, she worked at KERO-TV in Bakersfield as a general assignment reporter in 2005.
Leticia Juarez Age
Leticia Juarez was raised in San Bernardino, California, in the United States. However, he has hidden details on his exact age, research on this is going on, and will soon update this section.
Leticia Juarez Height
Leticia stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73 m tall.
Leticia Juarez Education
Leticia finished her high school course at Cajon High School. Then she studied and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in International Political Science with a specialization in business from UCLA.
Leticia Juarez Family
Leticia grew up together with her sister named Pam, but she hasnt disclosed much about her parents and her sister Pam, we still looking up on this and this section will be filled out soon.
Leticia Juarez Husband
Leticia is a married woman and together with her husband they have two kids, however, she has hidden their identities from the public review on this is going on and will soon fill this segment.
Leticia Juarez Kids
Leticia and her unidentified husband have two children.
Leticia Juarez Salary
Leticia annually receives a salary of $89,457. This is according to ABC7 anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.
Leticia Juarez Net Worth
Leticia has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Leticia Juarez Career
Leticia works in Los Angele, California at ABC7 Eyewitness News as a general assignment reporter, she began working here in 2010. Her career commenced in Palmdale, California at a cable station as an intern but swiftly changed to a general assignment reporter.
She also worked in Palm Springs as a producer and general assignment reporter at KMIR-TV in 2003. Additionally, she worked at KERO-TV in Bakersfield as a general assignment reporter in 2005. In 2007, she began working at KHOU-TV as a morning reporter. She covered various stories like Hurricane Ike in September 2008, as it struck the Bayou City.
In 2009, she served at KIAH-TV and for her series on First Eyes on the Black Tide, a report concerning the Gulf oil spill from Louisiana, she got a Lone Star Emmy Award.