Jovana Lara Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth ABC7

Jovana Lara

Jovana Lara

Jovana Lara Biography

Jovana Lara serves as a general assignment reporter. And the weekend evening anchor at ABC7 Eyewitness News. She earned himself an Emmy, due to coverage of a story.

On a small village near Tijuana washed away in the 1997 mudslides of El Nino. Also, she received commendations from the San Diego Press Club in his first year in San Diego.

Lara finished her high school course at Holy Family High School. An all-girls Catholic school, after moving from Holy Family Grade School right across the street. Then she studied for a career in business at Loyola Marymount University.

Jovana Lara Age

Lara was born in Cuba on 11, January 1966. She is 56 years old.

Jovana Lara Height

Lara stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m tall.

Jovana Lara Education

She finished her high school course at Holy Family High School. An all-girls Catholic school, after moving from Holy Family Grade School right across the street. Then Lara studied for a career in business at Loyola Marymount University.

Jovana Lara Family

Lara has kept details of her information regarding her parents all to herself.

Jovana Lara Husband

Lara is a married woman to Dr. Randy Brooks. Together they have two children; named Alex Brooks. A 27-year-old daughter, and Hunter Brooks a 12-year-old son.

Jovana Lara Salary

Lara annually receives a salary of $61,551,  in accordance with ABC7 anchor’s/reporters salaries.

Jovana Lara Net Worth

Lara has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Jovana Lara Career

Lara started her career at KESQ in Palm Springs serving weekends. After a year of reporting, she got the role of a weekend anchor. She got another job at the Orange County News Channel.

Lara worked at both Orange County and Palm Springs. Till she got a job at KNSD in San Diego as a reporter. She serves as a general assignment reporter. And the weekend evening anchor at ABC7 Eyewitness News.

Lara earned himself an Emmy, due to coverage of a story on a small village near Tijuana washed away in the 1997 mudslides of El Nino. Also, she received commendations from the San Diego Press Club in his first year in San Diego.