Christiane Cordero Biography
Christiane Cordero is a broadcaster who works as a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News in Los Angeles. After living in the South, Northeast, and Midwest for the past 12 years, she returned to her Southern California roots in August 2021.
How old is Christiane Cordero? – Age
Cordero was born in the city of Los Angeles, California. Her birth date is unknown.
Where did Christiane Cordero go to school? – Education
Second-generation American Christiane demonstrates the region’s actual melting pot. Christiane graduated from East Carolina University with a bachelor’s degree in communications and three years of experience as the starting goalie for the women’s soccer team.
Christiane Cordero – Family
She is well-versed in the cultures of the Philippines, Spain, South Korea, and Mexico, and speaks basic Spanish.
Is Christiane Cordero Married?
Cordero is a divorced woman. In July 2018, she revealed on Twitter that she married her best friend in a little idyllic town with 21 of her loved ones from all over the country. She currently lives in Minneapolis with her husband and two dogs.
Her height is 1.6 meters high.
What is Cordero Salary?
Her salary is under review.
Cordero Net Worth
She receives an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Christiane Cordero Career
Christiane spent three years at WCCO-TV in Minneapolis/St. Paul before joining KABC-TV.
In the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, she was the first television reporter to talk on camera with the Minneapolis mayor and MPD head, and she covered the turmoil for 10 days. When Derek Chauvin’s verdict was read, Christiane stood among the crowd gathering outside the Hennepin County courthouse and conveyed their unfiltered, live experience. Christiane also covered the arrival of the state’s first COVID-19 immunizations, Jayme Closs’ release from captivity, and the Minnesota State Fair. Before relocating to the Twin Cities, Christiane worked for WVIT-TV in Hartford, Connecticut. She was a part of the team that launched and led NBC Responds, the company’s consumer investigative unit, which helped viewers recover more than $250,000.