Leticia Ordaz Biography
This is what you need to know about Leticia Ordaz is an American News reporter and anchor who Joined KCRA 3 in September 2003 as a general assignment reporter.
She is well-known for anchors every weekend mornings on Kcra 3 and reports weekday mornings on KCRA 3 and KQCA My 58. Before Joining KCRA 3, Leticia was at KMPH-TV in Fresno, where she worked as a reporter.
Leticia Ordaz Age|Birthday
Leticia Ordaz was born in Galt, Ca on March 14th. However, her age and year of birth are not known.
Leticia Ordaz Height and Weight
Ordaz stands at a height of 5’3″. Details about her weight and other body measurements are not known.
Leticia Ordaz Parents|Family
Leticia has credited her family for their support in her education and career, although she is yet to reveal their identity, it’s pretty sure that Susan is a family woman. When not working, Leticia loves to spend time with her family.
Leticia Ordaz Husband
Unlike her career, Ordaz has managed to remain tightlipped about her personal life.
Leticia Ordaz Education
She went to Galt High School and later joined California State University, Sacramento where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications with a minor in government. While at California State University Ordaz interned at KCRA 3.
Leticia Ordaz Salary
Leticia receives an annual salary that ranges between $33,953 -$55,835. This is as per KCRA’s anchors’ salary.
Leticia Ordaz Net Worth
Leticia has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100k – $1 million. Credits to her career as a reporter which is her primary source of income.
Leticia Ordaz KCRA 3 News
Leticia joined her current station KCRA 3 in September 2003 as a general assignment reporter. She anchors weekend mornings on KCRA 3 and reports weekday mornings on KCRA 3. While at California State University Ordaz interned at KCRA 3.
Before joining KCRA 3, she also worked at KMPH-TV in Fresno as a reporter. She later began her broadcast career in the small town of Elko, Nevada, where she was the morning anchor and reporter for KENV-TV. She also worked in Bakersfield as a reporter for KGET-TV.
Leticia has shared some of her memorable career stories she covered and one of them is The Scott Peterson murder trial. She revealed that the story captivated people everywhere, and attracted media from not just the nation, but the world. She credits KCRA 3, for bringing the best coverage from the search for Laci Peterson to the verdict, and the sentencing phase.