Leticia Ordaz Biography
Leticia Ordaz is a well-known American journalist. She is also an award-winning author and publisher. She currently works as a Weekend Morning Anchor and Weekday Morning General Assignment at KCRA 3 in Sacramento, California.
Leticia is a book author and publisher at Cielito Lindo Books as well. She was a reporter for KMPH-TV in Fresno, California, before she joined the KCRA 3 news team. She was a Morning Anchor and Reporter at KENV-TV as well as a General Assignment Reporter at KGET-TV.
Leticia Ordaz Net Worth
Leticia has an estimated net worth of $1 Million. She has acquired a great fortune from her career as a news anchor yet she likes to live a humble lifestyle. This includes her property, funds, and earnings. Her job career is her main source of income.
Leticia Ordaz Salary
Leticia receives a respectable wage from her job as an anchor. She receives an average annual salary of $72,507 which translates to a monthly average wage of $6,042.
Leticia Ordaz Age
Leticia was raised in Northern California. Details about her exact age are not publicly known. Hence, making it difficult to know when he was born and when she celebrates her birthday. We will update Melissa’s age as soon as we have them from a credible source.
Leticia Ordaz Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Leticia stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 meters or 165 centimeters), Leticia exhibits an exquisite balance in her physique. Weighing approximately 55 kg (121 lbs), her body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.
Leticia Ordaz Parents
Leticia is the second child of a brother and a sister and comes from a family of three children.
Grandpa Ordaz is older than 100 years old. Her great-grandfather lived to be 106 and his mother to be 120, so she comes from a family that has the longevity gene, which is attributed to farm-fresh cooking and avoiding fast food.
Leticia Ordaz Husband
Throughout her career there have been many rumours regarding her relationship status, however
Leticia has kept her relationship status quite private. We were unable to learn anything about whether she is married or still single. When this information becomes available, we will update this area.
Leticia Ordaz Education
Leticia is a graduate of Sacramento’s California State University and Galt High School. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in communications with a government minor.
She took part in a variety of extracurricular activities and training courses during her undergraduate years, which significantly improved her presentational abilities.
Leticia Ordaz Career
Leticia began her broadcasting career as the morning anchor/reporter for KENV in the sleepy Nevada town of Elko. She has also worked as a general assignment reporter for KGET in Bakersfield.
While attending CSUS, she had an internship at KCRA 3. Leticia worked as a reporter at KMPH in Fresno prior to joining KCRA 3.
During her time at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS), Leticia took a significant step in her journey toward a successful broadcasting career by securing an internship at KCRA 3. This internship provided her with valuable hands-on experience in the world of journalism, allowing her to apply the knowledge she was gaining in her academic studies to real-world situations. At KCRA 3, Leticia had the opportunity to work alongside seasoned professionals in the industry, honing her reporting and journalism skills and gaining insights into the fast-paced and dynamic field of television news.
Leticia Ordaz covered some of the most significant national stories. Leticia began working as a general assignment reporter for KCRA 3 in 2003. She reports weekday mornings on KCRA 3 and My58 and hosts weekend mornings on KCRA 3.
She belongs to the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the International Society of Latino Authors (ISLA), and the San Francisco/Northern California Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Leticia speaks Spanish with ease.
When she’s not covering news, she’s busy promoting literacy by working with nonprofits and schools to read to kids in hospitals.
The International Latino Book Awards, the biggest Latino Book Awards in the world, have recognized Leticia as a winning author.
She is eager to share a variety of stories with kids everywhere because she is the mother of two young boys. Leticia wants to dismantle barriers and alter statistics that show that only 5% of American children’s books are written by or feature Latinx characters, and that only 5% of Latinx authors and illustrators have works published in the country.