Vanessa Ramirez Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Salary, Net worth,12 News
Vanessa Ramirez Biography
Vanessa Ramirez is a journalist and news reporter. Presently, serving for 12 News Channel as a traffic reporter, helping viewers start their mornings on weekdays. Vanessa hosts AZ Facebook Live After Show Today at 7:30 a.m. Ramirez was among the team that won a 2018 Rocky Mountain Emmy for Best Morning Newscast. In 2017, Vanessa received the American Cancer Society’s Rising Star Woman of the Year Award.
Vanessa Ramirez Age
Vanessa was born in Phoenix, Arizona United States, on May 10, 1981. She is 41 years old.
Vanessa Ramirez Height
Ramirez stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches/ Approx. 1.65 m tall.
Vanessa Ramirez Family
She was born by her parents Frank and Belinda Ramirez in Phoenix and raised in the West Valley. She was born an only child, where, and Vanessa got a lot of attention from her parents. Sadly, Vanessa lost her father after an 18-month battle with non-smokers lung cancer in the year 2011 to non-smokers lung cancer.
Vanessa Ramirez Husband
She is a beautiful model and actress who enjoys her life and career. She has managed to keep her life private concerning her marital status, however, it will be updated. During her spare time, She loves spending time with family and friends, exploring new restaurants and food festivals as well as working out.
Vanessa Ramirez Salary
Vanessa earns an annual salary of $67,813 per year. This is according to 12 News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Vanessa Ramirez’s Net worth
Ramirez has an estimated net worth of $1 million- $5 million U.S dollars.
Vanessa Ramirez Education
Vanessa attended Maryvale High School for his high school diploma. She late graduated with a B.A. degree in Communications from the University of Grand Canyon.
Vanessa Ramirez Career
Vanessa Ramirez is a journalist and news reporter. Presently, serving for 12 News Channel as a traffic reporter, helping viewers start their mornings on weekdays. Vanessa hosts AZ Facebook Live After Show Today at 7:30 a.m. Ramirez was among the team that won a 2018 Rocky Mountain Emmy for Best Morning Newscast.
In 2011, She lost her father to non-smoker’s lung cancer and founded the fundraising event the Frank Ramirez Breathe to Believe. She is also part of the American Cancer Society. She traveled to Washington D.C. as an advocate of the American Cancer CAN group to discuss bills and cancer issues with Congress.