Norma Roque is a well-known and award-winning Salvadoran journalist. She currently works as a local reporter for Univision Communications Inc.’s KMEX Channel 34 in Los Angeles. She started working at the station in 1995. She spent six years at KFTV Channel 21 as a producer, writer, anchor, reporter, and presenter before joining KMEX Channel 34. She spends her free time caring for her cats, traveling, volunteering in the community, and spending time with friends and family.
Norma Roque Age
Norma Roque was born in the Central American country of El Salvador. Norma, on the other hand, has managed to keep her personal identities hidden from the public, such as her age, birth date, and even when she celebrates her birthday. As a result, her age and birthday are currently unavailable.
Norma Roque Height
Norma stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in /1.65m tall.
Norma Roque Family
Norma was born in Santa Ana, El Salvador, Central America, to her devoted parents, Godofredo Leon Roque Bolanos and Lydia Ramirez de Roque. Godofredo died on June 18, 2009. She also has seven siblings. Because of the country’s civil war, they moved to the United States in the 1980s. However, she has not said anything significant about her devoted parents or siblings.
Norma Roque Husband
Norma is happily married to Miguel Medina, a loving and caring man. He is a former news director for Channel 21 News. Miguel was born in the Mexican state of Veracruz. They live in Redondo Beach as a couple.
Norma Roque’s Kids
Despite being a prominent public figure, Norma has managed to keep information about this matter private. As a result, we can only speculate on whether or not Norma has children.
Norma Roque Education
Norma went to a nearby high school. Later, she enrolled at Cal State Los Angeles and graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.
Norma Roque Salary
Norma pockets an annual salary of $91,028.
Norma Roque Net Worth
Norma’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Norma Roque Career
Norma is currently employed by Univision Communications Inc.’s KMEX Channel 34 in Los Angeles. Since joining in 1995, she has worked as a local reporter. She has more than two centuries of experience in the news media.
Prior to joining KMEX Channel 34, Norma worked at KFTV Channel 21, a Univision chain affiliate in Fresno, California. She worked there for six years as a producer, writer, anchor, reporter, and presenter. For Channel 21, Norma produced and hosted a number of public service programs. Pregunte Usted was included in this. In addition, she was a co-producer for the station’s Hablando en Serio program.
Previously she worked at KVEA Channel 52. She worked as an assignment and production assistant for a national television show called Cara a Cara. Prior she worked at the University Times newspaper at Cal State L.A. before commencing her career in television news.
In 1988, she received her first award for outstanding investigative journalism work here. Norma has received numerous accolades and awards throughout her professional career. This includes nine Emmy awards, five of which she received as a member of the news team KMEX 34 Univision and the remaining four for herself.
She has also been awarded three Golden Microphones. Norma has also received recognition from the Salvadoran Chamber of Commerce, the International Association of Salvadoran Women, the Social Security Administration, the United States Congress, the State of California, the City of Los Angeles, and the State Assembly.