Mireya Villarreal is a famous American journalist currently serving as an ABC National Correspondent since 2021. Earlier, she served as a National News Correspondent at CBS News in Los Angeles, California. Before that, she served as an investigative reporter at CBS 11 and on WOAI-TV.
Mireya Villarreal Age
Mireya Villarreal was born on Oct 22, 1979, in the United States, in Texas, Rio Grande Valley. She is 42 years old and celebrates her birthday on Oct 22 every year.
Mireya Villarreal Height
Mireya stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in (Approx 1.65 m).
Mireya Villarreal Family
She is an American who was born and grew up in Texas Rio Grande Valley with her caring and loving parents. She owns American nationality. Nowadays, she has not mentioned any details about either her parents or if she has siblings.
Mireya Villarreal Husband
Mireya is married to her good-looking husband Matthew Reed Gideon. The duo married on Dec 28, 2007, in an intimate wedding ceremony. The duo has a child called Maeson Gideon.
Mireya Villarreal Education
Upon completion of her primary and high school education, she attended the University of Texas Pan-American. After on, in 2001, she graduated from the University of Texas Pan-American.
Mireya Villarreal Salary
Mireya receives an annual salary of $ 81,511 and this is in accordance with ABC analysts’ salaries.
Mireya Villarreal’s Net Worth
Mireya has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 Million US dollars. Her career as an ABC National Correspondent is her primary source of income.
Mireya Villarreal Career
Mireya operates as an ABC National Correspondent since 2021. Earlier, she worked at CBS News in Los Angeles, California as a National News Correspondent. Before that, she served as an investigative reporter at CBS 11 and on WOAI-TV.
She began her journalism career working as a weekend sports anchor and reporter at KGNS-TV in Laredo, Texas. Currently, she is a CBS News correspondent located in Los Angeles. She joined CBS News in Jul 2015, and her reporting has been featured across CBS News broadcasts and platforms such as “CBS This Morning,” the “CBS Evening News,” and CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 streaming service.
While at CBS News, she has covered a wide range of breaking news stories such as the school shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon and the Environmental Protection Agency’s contaminated water leaking into the Colorado River in Durango, Colo.
Additionally, she has also reported on the devastating wildfires in California that burned 36,000 acres in Jun 2016, and the methane gas leak in Porter Ranch, Calif., that made thousands evacuate their homes.
She is a well-experienced investigative reporter who covered consumer issues and also revealed government corruption across Texas before she joined CBS News.
Moreso, she won Emmy awards for uncovering excessive spending by DFW International Airport executives, reporting on a system that permitted Texas school district employees to resign after wrongdoing, and exposing a real estate scam that targeted San Antonio homebuyers, which finally sparked legal investigations into two local companies. She is again the recipient of two Texas Associated Press awards due to her stories on immigration and child safety.