LATINA Style is honored to count on the presence of Paula Lamas, News Anchor, Univision Seattle, and Veronica Quintero, News Reporter at KNDO/KNDU Television, to serve as Mistress of Ceremonies.
Paula Lamas is Venezuelan, a radio producer and host also for television, writes and conducts interviews. Paula has worked with prestigious television channels or networks such as Fox Business News on “Happy Hour”, the program “Showbiz” at CNN in Spanish.
Today, Paula is News Anchor at Noticias Univision Seattle, She is a Presenter of a movie segment in Caracol Radio at South Florida, also she is the Producer and Director of the radio magazine “Detras del Volante” the unic show that is transmited in 2 diferents Radio Station at the same time (Actualidad Radio and Radio Caracol). Paula was Lifestyle Director of Antena305.com; was a reporter for “hard news” for a hispanic broadcast Mundo Fox, She also used to be a continued collaborator with CNN in Spanish and collaborates on Mega TV “Ahora con Oscar Haza” program on political issues of Venezuela.
In addition, Paula Lamas has been a hard news reporter for “NTN24” and RCN Colombia; “Noticiero Venevision” from Miami to Venezuela and author of the blog in Spanish “2xUno – The Happy Hour Film”; News Anchor of “Noticias 18” channel 18 of “Mira TV”, but it was CNN News Anchor Latino Miami earlier in “Noticias WDFL” and News Anchor on “El Informativo” of Telemiami; associate producer and presenter of the Department of Film News Gentv, collaborated on Caracol Radio program “La Ventana” on sports subjects with Pedro Sevsec.
The extraordinary work as a journalist in South Florida has been recognized by various organizations and entities such as Broward County, the City of Doral City, Miami Life Awards among others.
Paula Lamas in his almost 13 year career in the US It has been interviewed in the political arena, prominent figures as: Ex-President of Colombia Alvaro Uribe, Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Mario Diaz Balart, Joe Garcia, David Rivera; Senators; Mayors, including the City of Miami Tomas Regalado, other cities of Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County. Commissioners and other local, state and national authorities.
A native of Mattawa, WA and the daughter of migrant farm workers, Veronica Quintero decided to pursue her big-city dreams after graduating from Wahluke High School in 2009. She went on to attend the University of Washington (Go Dawgs!) on a full-ride scholarship from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
In 2013, Veronica earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication studies with a double minor in Diversity & Spanish, becoming the first Quintero to graduate from college. A year ago, Veronica landed her first on-air gig at KNDU-TV, the NBC affiliate of Central Washington as a multimedia journalist. You can catch her reporting live on “Wake Up Northwest” and co-anchoring the Saturday morning show.
Veronica enjoys cooking, eating, traveling and combining those passions by eating her way through the new places she visits. She has traveled to Tahiti, India and Europe.
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