Mayra Moreno Biography
Mayra Moreno currently serves at KTRK-TV ABC13 Eyewitness News in Houston, Texas as a news anchor and reporter, she started working here in October 2015. Previously, she worked for four years in San Antonio for KENS 5 as the weekend anchor and reporter. Her career started at KRGV-TV Channel 5 News in Weslaco, TX as the Rio Grande Valley’s news leader.
Mayra Moreno Age
Mayra Moreno was born in Guanajuato, Mexico, and raised in Houston, Texas, in the United States on November 30, 1984. She is 37 years old.
Mayra Moreno Height
Mayra stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 4 in/1.63 m tall.
Mayra Moreno Education
Mayra studied and graduated from the University of Houston with a double major in Journalism and Spanish.
Mayra Moreno Family
Mayra was born in a family of four kids, her being the firstborn; a brother who she has not shared out his information with the public, and two sisters named Eliza and Daisy. She also hasnt revealed the identity of her parents to the public, research on this is ongoing, and will soon fill out this segment.
Mayra Moreno Husband
Moreno is a married woman, she and her husband got engaged on September 17, 2016, and then tied the knot in the year 2018. However, she hasnt revealed out details on her husband, will update this section soon as clear facts are available.
Mayra Moreno Salary
Mayra annually earns a salary of $43,536. This is according to ABC13 anchor’s/reporters salaries.
Mayra Moreno Net Worth
Mayra has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Mayra Moreno Career
Mayra works at ABC13 Eyewitness News as a reporter and anchor, she began working here in October 2015. Prior, she worked in San Antonio for four years as the weekend anchor and reporter for KENS 5. She commenced her career while working in Weslaco, Texas at KRGV-TV Channel 5 News, during her time here she covered broadly different stories like border-crime issues, hurricane coverage, as well as problems affecting the community.
Then she worked for KIAH-TV’s CW 39 News as a reporter and fill-in anchor, during her tenure there, she was amidst the journalists who reported live from Fort Hood following the fatal 2009 shooting. Due to an investigation into the city’s DWI no refusal program, where blood samples started piling up resulting in a backlog at the courts, she received the one Star Emmy in San Antonio.