Valeria Aponte Feliciano Biography
Valeria Aponte Feliciano is an American political reporter who works as an anchor and reporter for NBC10 Philadelphia. She began working at the station in June 2022.
Valeria Aponte Feliciano Age
Valeria Aponte was born on December 19, 1991, in Puerto Rico. She is 33 years old.
Valeria Aponte Feliciano Height
Aponte stands at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches.
Valeria Aponte Feliciano’s Family
Alongside her three brothers, Jesús, Manuel, and she was nurtured in Puerto Rico by her loving parents, Carmen Elena and Hector. On April 28, 2002, her brother Jesús was born, while Manuel was engaged to MariŁa Gabriel.
Valeria Aponte Feliciano Kids
Aponte can keep details about whether or not she has children out of the public eye. When more information on her children becomes available, we will update this page.
Valeria Aponte Feliciano’s Husband
At the moment, Aponte is seeing Ryan Koletty. She posted a photo of him on June 18, 2023, on Instagram and wished him a happy birthday, proving that he was born on June 18. She can conceal details about her marriage from
Valeria Aponte Feliciano’s Salary
Valeria Aponte Feliciano’s Career
Feliciano is an anchor and reporter for Telemundo 62. She covers newscasts in real time, Monday through Friday. Her passion is journalism, and she feels a great obligation to inform the public, offer them all the facts, help them understand their rights, be open and honest, and give them answers.
She can not wait to see Pennsylvania and the surrounding states and become acquainted with the locals. She worked as an Arizona correspondent for Univision’s streaming service, Noticias 24/7, before moving to Philadelphia. She has previously worked as a political journalist for Telemundo Arizona and as an anchor, producer, and video journalist for WZDC Telemundo.
Feliciano was an executive producer and anchor for CitrusTV Noticias in addition to working as a video journalist for KGBT-TV. She was born in Puerto Rico and speaks Spanish and English with ease. Her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and fine arts came from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
In 2018, she was honored with four Rocky Mountain Emmys, including two for “Journalistic Enterprise” and “Continuing Coverage.” Feliciano is a member of the Hispanic Journalists National Association. She likes to travel, hike, taste new foods, bake, cook, meet people from all over the world, take her dog Mia to parks, and learn about various cultures in her free time.