Alexis Boentes Biography
Being a diverse nation, Americans want to include all races living in the country. Alexis Boentes is participating in this initiative by practicing as a journalist representing Hispanics. He is an award winning journalist working as a reporter at Telemundo 51. We dug for some information to find out where he comes from and how he became a journalist.
Alexis Boentes Age and Wife
He was born on 3rd January 1988 in Cuba. After his education, he traveled to the United States for work reasons. Before he settled in America, he married his long-time sweet heart Lile Egue. They started dating in 2010 and had their marriage 2 years later. The two have been together for more than 10 years. The couple is also yet to have children.
Education and Career
Alexis has been a go-getter from a young age. He went to the Central University of Las Villas in Cuba for his degree in journalism and later went to a master’s in communication at Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Occident in Mexico. As a master’s student, he was a communications professor
As a student, he worked as a reporter, anchor, and news producer for Instituto Cubano de Radio y Television. Alexis also served as a freelance video journalist and a freelance correspondent for Deutsche Welle. He did this job for 8 years.
After completing his master’s Alexis joined Entavision Communications as a full-time multimedia journalist in Tampa and St. Petersburg/ He covered a wide range of stories affecting Hispanics. Before leaving, he bagged home an Emmy.
In 2018 he joined Telemundo as an MMJ first and later as a reporter. He wrote scripts, created his own stories, and had interviews while reporting. He established a relationship between the members of the community and the station. Alexis has covered the cases of rising rent among the resident of Miami and how the situation is affecting the community. Boentes has also been quick in covering matters affecting the nation and extending the message to the Hispanics.
Boentes has been a great blessing to the Hispanics as he keeps them updated with events happening in the United States. When he is not at work, he is probably traveling with his wife or spending time with his family. Alexis also enjoys the company of his dog pet. On his Instagram, he gives his followers a sneak of his life outside work. You can check him out through this link. Being an inspiration to many Hispanics, many would want to know how much he earns. From what we observed, Boented could be earning not less than $70,000 per year. Other Hispanics working as journalists are Adriana Mendez and Maria Salazar