Leticia Juarez Biography
Leticia Juarez is a general assignment reporter who works for ABC7 Eyewitness News in the Inland Empire. She started working for the station in 2010.
How old is Leticia Juarez? – Age
San Bernardino is where Leticia was born and reared.
Where did Leticia Juarez go to school? – Education
Leticia attended and graduated from Cajon High School. She has a bachelor’s degree in international political science with a business concentration from UCLA. During her four years at Cajon High School, Juarez was involved in student council, cheerleading, swimming, and soccer. As a teenager, Juarez attended foreign baccalaureate courses, which she says helped her prepare for college. For youngsters from around the district, the program is a significant appeal.
Leticia Juarez – Family
She grew up in San Bernardino, California, where she and her sister Pam were reared by her parents. Their childhood was spent on their swing set, where they had a lot of fun.
Jimmy Sisson is her husband. The couple has two sons together. The family currently resides in Pacoima, California.
What is Juarez Salary?
Her salary is predicted to be $70,000.
Leticia Juarez Net Worth
She receives a predicted net worth of $1 million.
Leticia Juarez Career
Leticia started her career as an intern at a Palmdale cable station, but she rapidly rose through the ranks to become a general assignment reporter. She broke the story of two Antelope Valley adolescents being kidnapped, which prompted the state’s first Amber Alert. In 2003, she began working as a producer/general assignment reporter for KMIR-TV in Palm Springs. Leticia documented the California wildfires during her time there, which forced her family to abandon their house. In 2005, she started as a general assignment reporter for Bakersfield’s KERO-TV.
Leticia moved to Houston, Texas, in 2007 to work for KHOU-TV as a morning reporter. Hurricane Ike hit the Bayou City in September 2008, and Leticia was there to cover it. She covered the search for missing persons and recovery activities in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. In 2009, she started with KIAH-TV. Leticia won a Lone Star Emmy Award for her series “First Eyes on the Black Tide,” which she produced from Louisiana and covered the Gulf oil spill.