Paola Ramos is an illustrious American journalist and author who works as a correspondent for Vice Magazine. In addition, she contributes to MSNBC and Telemundo. Her coverage also primarily focuses on Latino issues
Paola Ramos Age
Paola Ramos was born in Miami, Florida, United States on January 21, 1987. She is 35 years old.
Paola Ramos Height
Paola’s height is 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tll.
Paola Ramos Family
Paola is a native of Miami, Florida, in the United States. Paola, on the other hand, was raised in Madrid, Spain. Gina Montaner, her mother, and Jorge Ramos, her father, raised her. Her father is also a well-known Mexican-born American journalist and author who works as an anchor for Univision. Her mother, who is originally from Cuba, is also a journalist. Her parents, however, divorced in 1990.
Paola Ramos Partner
Paola is a Latina who is openly gay and celebrates Pride Month. On the other hand, she has not revealed whether she is currently in a relationship or if she has a partner.
Paola Ramos Education
Paola graduated from Barnard University in 2009 with a bachelor of arts in Political Science. Additionally, she graduated from Harvard University with a master’s degree.
Paola Ramos Salary
Paola annually receives a salary of $105,000.
Paola Ramos Net Worth
Paola’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Paola Ramos Career
Paola is a correspondent for Vice Magazine. Furthermore, her reporting focuses primarily on Latino issues. She has also been featured and served as an expert in Popsugar, Los Angeles Blade, KCRW, South Kern Sol, HIV Plus Magazine, Vice, and Latina during her career as a journalist.
She also joined Vice in 2019 as a correspondent for the magazine series Vice News Tonight and Vice. She hosted a Latin-X docuseries for Vice while working there. She has also been a part of the LatinX Heritage Celebration at George Washington University. Paola has also spoken at Lesbians Who Tech and Allies events. She is not only a Vice Correspondent, but she also appears on Telemundo and MSNBC.
She has also worked as a Spokesperson for the NYC Council, where she helped to expand the City’s legal efforts to protect immigrants. She worked as a Spokesperson for the NYC Council before becoming a Deputy Director of Hispanic Media during Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2017.
Her role in this role was to ensure that Secretary Clinton’s message and platform reached the Latino and immigrant communities across the United States. She previously worked as a Scheduler for former President Barack Obama’s environmental policy advisor. She also served as Dr. Jill Biden’s Special Assistant. She also worked on then-Vice President Joe Biden’s team in Chicago during the 2012 re-election campaign.