Kim Quintero Biography
Kim Quintero is a popular American Communications professional, news anchor, meteorologist, reporter, and traffic anchor. Quintero currently works at Arizona State Senate as a Communications Director at AZ Senate Majority. She took this function in November 2021. She formerly worked as a weather forecast for KTVK3 located in Arizona until Nov 2021.
Furthermore, she anchored the weekend news on Good Morning Arizona from 6 am -10 am. Quintero began serving for KVTV3 in Feb 2014. She can be sported seen on weekdays on weather, traffic, and reporting for both cbs5 and 3tv. Prior to that, she served in Greenville, South Carolina for some years. While still there, she reported from the Carolina coastline.
Kim Quintero Age
Kim Quintero was born on Jul 16, 1984, in Joaquin, Fresno, California, United States of America. She is 37 years of America.
Kim Quintero Height
Quintero is a bit tall in stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches ( Approximately 1.7 meters).
Kim Quintero Family
Quintero is an Arizona meteorologist. She was born to her parents in Joaquin, Fresno, California, United States of America. Although her mum never had an opportunity to go to college, she always wanted to be a journalist but at least she became a mum of one. Nevertheless, she has not shared much regarding her parents and siblings.
Kim Quintero Husband
Quintero likes to keep a low profile regarding her personal life. It is therefore not known if she is single, dating, or even married.
Kim Quintero Education
Quintero went to Fresno State University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication and journalism. She then moved to Mississippi State University for the broadcast meteorology program and was rewarded a certificate in the same.
Kim Quintero Salary
Quintero receives an annual salary of $70,744. This is according to Arizona State Senate anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kim Quintero’s Net Worth
Quintero has an estimated net of between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Kim Quintero Career
Quintero began her broadcasting career while still at Fresno State University during her senior year. She began serving for KMPH Fox. Quintero reported the wildfire in a Central Oregon National Forest that made her win an award for first place in the summer of the year as the Best Continuing Coverage. She also covered stories on tornadoes, snowstorms, and thunderstorms.
Quintero reported catastrophic events such as Hurricane Irene which emerged in Aug 2011 and Superstorm Sandy in 2012. In Feb 2013, she joined KTVK3TV in Arizona, she also served for CBS5 in Arizona. She was featured at 3TV at 6 am and 10 am on Good Morning Arizona.
At Good Morning Az and Evening Az, she broadcasted alongside Royal Norman and April Warnecke. As of now, she serves at Arizona State Senate as a Communications Director AZ Senate Majority.