Ellen Leyva Biography
Ellen Leyva serves at ABC7 Eyewitness as a co-anchor. Her role is co-anchoring together with her best friend David Ono ABC7 Eyewitness News. At 4 and 6 p.m., in Los Angeles, California.
Leyva began serving at the station in 1995 and has served as a health reporter. And anchored many others from Texas Christian University. And the Bob Schieffer College of Communicationnewscasts, like morning and midday.
Ellen Leyva Age
Leyva was born in Tucson, Arizona, in the United States on January 10, 1963. She is 59 years old.
Ellen Leyva Height
Leyva stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Ellen Leyva Education
Leyva earned a degree in broadcast journalism from Arizona State University. She studied a pro career in journalism and is now reckoned as one of the most prolific news anchors in the industry additionally.
Ellen Leyva Family
Leyva’s parents are Emma Leyva Duarte was a housewife. But she died in 2016 and Thomas Kraemer Lundy used to work as a Math-Science teacher. And a wrestling coach, but passed away in 2011. Also, she has a sister called Cindy.
Ellen Leyva Husband
Leyva is a blissful married woman to Mark Hair, who works as a pilot. They exchanged vows in 1990. The duo is blessed with two grown kids named; Emma (1996) and Audrey (1999). They stay with their adopted rescue dog named, Charli.
Ellen Leyva Salary
Leyva annually receives a salary of $67,561, according to ABC7 reporter’s/anchor’s salaries.
Ellen Leyva Net Worth
Leyva has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Ellen Leyva Career
Leyva works together with her best friend co-anchoring ABC7 Eyewitness News. At 4 and 6 p.m. in Los Angeles, California. In 1995, she began working here as a health reporter.
And anchored many other newscasts, such as morning and midday. Leyva has gained remarkable opportunities through her years. In journalism such as she stood in the OR with Dr. Oz as he performed a double-bypass.
Co-hosting the Oscars red carpet arrivals with Roger Ebert, and flying with the Blue Angels. Leyva served at CBS-owned KOVR in Sacramento, California as a news anchor.
Also, she had worked at the CBS-affiliated station in Phoenix, Arizona as an intern before. Leyva started working at KXTV, the ABC News affiliate then after two years. Into the bargain, for their first Champions of Mental Health Award.
At the Champions of Mental Health Summer Gala in 2018. She received an award from the Pacific Clinics.