Cristina Melendez Biography
Cristina Melendez is an On-Air Traffic reporter and iHeart Media producer. Melendez is popular for her energy while on duty and her success rate when creating content across various platforms. Her expertise comes after interning at Miami Urban Contemporary Experience and at Florida International University.
Cristina Melendez’s Age and Husband
She was born on 21st September 1995 in Caguas, Puerto Rico. Being a Puerto Rican, Cristina values her relationship with her twin brother Chris Melendez, mother, and grandmother. Being at the onset of her career, Melendez has opted to focus on her career with an aim of reaching greater heights. She has kept relationship matters second in her priorities.
Cristina Melendez Education and Career
As a young child, Cristina was passionate about storytelling. She went to Our Lady of Lourdes Academy and later moved to the United States where she studied Digital Media Studies at Florida International University. Cristina participated in activities that helped them learn the ropes of media studies.
After graduating, Cristina landed a job at iHeartMedia as an On-Air Traffic Reporter and Producer. Her responsibilities were reporting commercials and public service messages in English and Spanish. She was also tasked with producing and editing multimedia content for social media platforms. Melendez’s traffic reports have been aired on WTVJ (NBC), WFOR (CBS), WSVN, and WLTV (Univision). Cristina got an opportunity to improve her skills by interning at Shop Miami Style, Miami Urban Contemporary Experience, and at The Wilson Center.
Cristina Melendez Salary and Height
Melendez is an active member of the community. She participates through her passion for skating, where they meet, has fun and engage in community activity. Cristina is Hispanic in appearance. She has dark hair and brown skin color. Her height is 5 feet and 7 inches. She earns approximately $50,000 annual salary at iHeart. In 2012 she volunteered with Growing with Art Training Center where they helped people with disabilities and provided an environment of comfort to the students.