Sydney Hernandez is a famous American journalist who presently serves at KVEOTV23 as an evening News Anchor. Previously, she served for KWKT-TV based in Waco, Texas which is a FOX affiliate. While there she focused on both crime and the military in the Fort Hood-Killeen area.
Sydney Hernandez Age
Sydney was born in Rio Grande Valley, in the United States and she’s around 33 years of age though she has not revealed her exact year and date of birth.
Sydney Hernandez Height
Hernandez stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 4 in (Approx. 1.6 m).
Sydney Hernandez Family
Sydney was brought up in Mission, Texas by her supportive and caring parents but was born in Rio Grande Valley. When it comes to her family she prefers a private life and keeps a low profile where she has not revealed any information regarding her siblings and parents hence their occupation and existence are not known.
Sydney Hernandez Husband
Sydney keeps a low profile and prefers a private life when it comes to her marital status hence it’s not known if she is single, dating, divorced, married, or has any children. She lives in Texas.
Sydney Hernandez Education
Sydney joined Texas A&M University – Kingsville where she graduated with a double bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications and Journalism.
Sydney Hernandez Salary
Sydney receives an annual average salary of $69,326 and this is according to KVEOTV23 anchors’ salaries.
Sydney Hernandez’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career at KVEOTV23 as an evening News Anchor is the primary source of her income.
Sydney Hernandez Career
Sydney presently serves at KVEOTV23 as an evening News Anchor. Previously, she served for KWKT-TV based in Waco, Texas which is a FOX affiliate. While there she focused on both crime and the military in the Fort Hood-Killeen area.
As well Sydney worked at KOB 4 News where she wrote stories for the daily newscasts and online as an intern based in Albuquerque, NM. She grew up in a border town due to her passion for immigration stories.
She scored her second internship after her sophomore year at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in The Rio Grande Valley out of South Texas with KGBT-TV where she edited, reported, produced, and wrote on Community Events, Local Murders, Immigration crises, and also Border Violence for three months. At KGBT-TV based in The Rio Grande Valley out of South Texas, she was interned there.