Kim Quintero Biography
Kim Quintero is an American meteorologist and weather presenter. Since February 2013, she is working at KTVK 3TV. Quintero can be seen on weekends on “Good Morning, Arizona!” from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., forecasting fun events and businesses around the Valley.
Also, she can be spotted on weekdays on weather, traffic, and reporting for both CBS 5 and 3TV.
Kim Quintero Age
Quintero was born on July 16, 1984. She is 37 years old as of 2021.
Kim Quintero Height
Quintero stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 meters) tall.
Kim Quintero Parents
Quintero was born and raised in Fresno, California. She considers Arizona her true home. Quintero is so secretive about her personal life so she has not shared any information about her parents and siblings.
Kim Quintero Husband
Quintero’s marital status is not publically known. It’s not known if she married, engaged, divorced, or engaged. Furthermore, it’s not known if she has children.
Kim Quintero Education
Quintero received a Bachelors’s degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Fresno State. She went on to complete the Geosciences Broadcast Meteorology Program at Mississippi State later.
Kim Quintero Salary
Quintero receives an annual salary of $98937. This is according to the KTVK meteorologist salary.
Kim Quintero Net Worth
Quintero has an estimated net worth of $999,012 U.S dollars.
When not at work, Quintero can be found sweating at OrangeTheory Fitness, running, fishing, hiking, or doing anything outdoors. She also enjoys trying new Valley restaurants, rooting for the Cardinals, going to concerts, Suns and Coyotes, DBacks.
Quintero also loves cooking, taking photos of beautiful sunrises and sunsets, and exploring all of God’s awesome country in Arizona.
Kim Quintero Career
Quintero began her career at a TV station in her hometown after receiving a BA in Mass Communication and Journalism from Fresno State. She was in Greenville, South Carolina for some years before tracking the monsoon, flash floods, dust storms, snowstorms, and wildfires of Arizona.
Quintero reported from the Carolina coastline as Superstorm Sandy and some other hurricanes moved through while there. She covered the story whereby, homes and 10 people were injured in North Carolina during the destruction of the EF 2 tornado.
Quintero tracked and forecasted almost everything Mother Nature could dish out, from large hail, freezing rain, and their legendary humid, “air you can wear” summers in addition. She resided in the Pacific Northwest and served at a TV station in Eugene, Oregon for 2 years prior to coming to the Southeast. Quintero reported and forecasted for the Cascades, Willamette Valley, and the Oregon Coast while there.
Kim Quintero Awards
- Best Investigative Reporting in Oregon.
- Two NATAS Emmy Awards.