Lourdes Del Rio Biography
Lourdes Del Rio is an illustrious American journalist and correspondent. She is currently a news correspondent and anchor at Noticiero Univision in Miami, Florida, USA. She received her Magna cum laude degree from the University of Puerto Rico in 1986. She has thrown herself into the sea with the coast guard on several occasions, both in the Straits of Florida. She covered the stories of Cuban rafters and the perilous Mona Passage, through which thousands of Dominicans and Haitians try to reach the United States.
Lourdes Del Rio Age
Lourdes Del Rio was born in the United States in 1965. She is 57 years old.
Lourdes Del Rio Height
Lourdes stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Lourdes Del Rio Family
Lourdes was born and raised in America by her parents. Lourdes is of mixed ethnicity and has American citizenship. At the moment, information on her parents or siblings is unavailable.
Lourdes Del Rio Husband
Lourdes is married to an unnamed husband. Because she keeps her personal life private, the identity of her husband is unknown. It is also unclear whether or not they have children.
Lourdes University Education
Lourdes attended Universidad de Puerto Rico after graduating from high school, where she earned a Bachelor of Communication Arts in 1986. In 1993, she earned a master’s degree in communication arts.
Lourdes Del Rio Salary
Lourdes’ annual salary is $74,578.
Lourdes Del Rio Net Worth
Lourdes’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Lourdes Del Rio Career
Lourdes works for Noticiero Univision in Miami as a news correspondent and anchor. She joined Univision Network in December 1999 and has covered a variety of news events including presidential elections, the September 11 terrorist attacks, and the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting. Lourdes has thrown herself into the sea with the coast guard on several occasions, both in the Straits of Florida, to report on the stories of Cuban rafters.
She also mentioned the perilous Mona Passage, through which thousands of Dominicans and Haitians attempt to enter the United States. Lourdes was also the only journalist who was able to broadcast the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina live in Spanish. She has written extensively about the migration crisis both inside and outside the United States in recent years, particularly in the Caribbean.