How much is Natalia Cruz worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Natalia Cruz? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Natalia Cruz's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Natalia Andrea Rodr\u00edguez Carrillo (born August 18, 1976, Barranquilla, Colombia), better known as Natalia Cruz , is a Colombian journalist and presenter in the United States, Winner of three Emmy Awards, linked to the Univision Network, to the First Impact program. \n \n\nNatalia_Cruz's Biography \n From an early age he showed passion for letters, participating successfully in literary and poetry competitions. \n With just 17 years old, she started in the media as a news reader on Radio AM at the "Emisora \u200b\u200bAtl\u00e1ntico" in Barranquilla, Colombia. \n He studied social communication and journalism at the Universidad del Norte in his hometown. At the beginning of her university career, she was named news presenter of the local newscast "CV Noticias" by the regional TeleCaribe channel. While at university she was host of the radio program "Jazz Vespertino" by UNINORTE FM Stereo and presenter of the university program "En L\u00ednea" by TeleCaribe. \n After graduating, renowned journalist Manuel Teodoro discovered this communicator and was elected the first presenter and reporter of the "Extra" program of the Caracol Channel nationwide in Bogot\u00e1, Colombia. \n In the year 2000 he moved to New York City, and for the Spanish public television network HITN, he produced and presented the series of programs "Corriente Cultural" and "Noti Cultura". \n Between 2000 and 2001, she was the correspondent from New York for Univision's "Despierta Am\u00e9rica" \u200b\u200bprogram, and she also made live interventions from New York for the popular program "S\u00e1bado Gigante". \n In August 2001, she was hired as a "First Edition" reporter for "Noticiero 47" at the local station in the tri-state area of \u200b\u200bNY, NJ and CT of the Telemundo network. \n With barely a month as a reporter, she had to cover the attacks of September 11, 2001, was one of the first reporters to reach the World Trade Center Twin Towers, when they were still standing and broadcast live from Ground zero for several weeks. Her journalistic work was noted in the September 11 book "Running towards Danger." And was exhibited at the 10th anniversary exhibition of the attacks at the Newseum, an interactive museum of news and journalism located on the avenue. Pennsylvania, in Washington DC \n From October 2002 to September 2005 she was promoted to news anchor of the nights on weekdays (6pm and 11pm) of Telemundo's "Noticiero 47" now owned by NBC, along with Jorge Ramos. Her work as a news anchor earned her the Emmy Award from the Academy of Arts and Television Sciences as best presenter in 2004. \n She was nominated for 5 Emmy Awards the following year, including again the best presenter and won the best news from the tri-state area. \n That same year 2005 she received the ACE award from the Association of New York Show Writers as television announcer of the year 2005. \n In 2006 he was awarded his third Emmy Award, for his special research "Lead in children's jewelry", in the series category in programming of social interest issues. \n At the beginning of that year, he was part of the TeleFutura family, as a correspondent from New York for the program "En Vivo y Directo". \n Later that year he went on to the Univision network, as a correspondent from New York for the program "Primer Impacto" that airs daily from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Being deserving in 2008 of the New York Latin Award, as Best National Television Reporter. \n In September 2010 he moved to Miami, FL and continued as a staff member of "Primer Impacto"; presenting the news in different Univision programs such as "Primer Impacto", "Despierta Am\u00e9rica", "Al Punto "and" Alegre Breakfast "; as well as the briefs of the "Noticiero Univision" and "Noticias Al Minuto" by TeleFutura. \n In July 2011, Natalia Cruz is named the new host of the "First Extra Impact" program that airs on weekends at 5pm \/ 4pm downtown; Replacing the Honduran Satcha Pretto, who became the news anchor in "Despierta Am\u00e9rica", replacing Neida Sandoval. \n In 2012 Natalia Cruz was the host of the special "First Steps to Success" of "It's the Moment" that highlights the importance of early education; recorded in the White House was the participation of the artist Shakira and the Secretary of Education Arne Duncan among others. In March of 2013 she led from the studios, the first live and direct broadcast of Univision of the Mass of Easter presided over by Pope Francis from the Vatican; and December 25 of the same year the Mass of Rooster. \n As of July 2016, she is the host of the "Best of First Impact" program, on Sundays at 5 pm \/ 4 pm Center for the Univision Network. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Natalia Cruz\n\nThe Natalia Cruz's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.