Julia is a bilingual reporter for KFDA and Telemundo.
She is a Fulbright scholar in journalism.
Her Fulbright assignment took her to Madrid, Spain where she collaborated with CNN on covering international terrorism stories. Before that she anchored and reported for KLBC-TV in Laughlin, Nevada.
Julia's journalism work has won honors from the Radio and Television News Directors Association, William Randolph Hearst Foundation, and National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
She is a frenetic football fan and proud of her three-time champs, the gators from the University of Florida.
There she earned degrees in telecommunication news and economics, plus a minor in Spanish language.
In 2004 Julia graduated with a master's degree in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She carried out the major portion of her program study at Universidad Carlos III in Madrid.
She loves travelling and good reads. Her sister Marissa is a tremendous influence in her life and she's grateful for the opportunity to work with her in the newsroom.