Cecilia Vega Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, ABC News, Salary and Net worth

Cecilia Vega

Cecilia Vega Biography

Cecilia Vega is a well-known American journalist, she is the Chief Correspondent for ABC News. Cecilia joined the network in 2011 as a correspondent. She also worked at KGO-TV in San Francisco before joining ABC News.

Cecilia Vega Education

Vega studied at the class of 1999 at the American University School of Communication.

Cecilia Vega ABC News

Vega is an Emmy Award-winning ABC News anchor and the network’s current chief White House correspondent. She can be seen on all tv platforms, including “Good Morning America,” “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline” and “20/20.”

She has led ABC’s White House coverage since the 2020 election when President Joe Biden won. Her talks with the president and members of the administration made headlines on everything from the relations with Russia, COVID-19, the economy and beyond. Vega’s coverage on the U.S.-Mexico border broke news had pushed the administration to answer very tough questions concerning the influx of migrants, children in detention facilities, and separated families.

Before covering for the Biden White House, Vega was the ABC’s senior White House correspondent covering the Trump administration, this gave her a front-row seat to the presidency unlike any other. Vega’s one-on-one conversation with President Trump led to some of the most defining moments of the administration.

Vega has been a key player on ABC’s politics team, she covered some of the most important moments of our time, such as the three Supreme Court nominations, the firing of FBI Director James Comey, and the Mueller report, also the two presidential impeachments and three presidential inaugurations.

Vega has logged more than 239,000 miles and spent more than 500 days on the campaign trail covering Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential bid while still anchoring the Saturday edition of “World News Tonight.” She also reported on the re-election of President Barack Obama.

She first joined the station in 2011 as a correspondent based in Los Angeles. Her assignments took her to nearly every state and around the world, reporting on major events in history, such as the papal conclave and the Olympics. During the wake of the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan, Vega traveled to the disaster zone, she suited up and went inside the radioactive power plant — twice. She once took a submarine to the bottom of the Arctic and petted whales at the Sea of Cortez. Vega has interviewed everyone from celebrities to world leaders.

2012, Vega covered the election and inauguration of President Barack Obama. Other stories she covered include Ebola cases in the United States, the 2014 midterm election and fallout and allegations against Bill Cosby.

On March 2, 2015, she was named anchor of World News Tonight Saturday. She held the role until January 2017, when she was named senior White House correspondent.

Cecilia Vega Salary

Vega earns a yearly salary ranging between $ 24,292 and $ 72,507.

Cecilia Vega Net worth

Vega has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 200,000 – $ 2 million dollars.




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Cecilia Vega Age

Vega is 47 years old as of 2024. She was born on 7, January 1977 in San Francisco California.

Cecilia Vega Height

Vega stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches tall.

Cecilia Vega Family

Vega has not revealed any details concerning her parents and siblings.

Cecilia Vega Husband

Vega is married to Ricardo Ramirez.

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