Pamela Silva Biography
Pamela Silva a Peruvian-American six-time Emmy award-winning journalist and ancho serving at for the Univision Network’s weekday news magazine, “Primer Impacto” in Miami as a co-anchor. AS of 2011, she has aired major national and international news stories.
Pamela Silva Age
Silva was born in Lima, Peru on August 16th, 1981.
Pamela Silva Height
Pamela stands tall at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m
Pamela Silva Family
Pamela at the age of 10 together with her family relocated to the United States in 1991. She is of mixed ethnicity and holds a Peruvian-American nationality.
Pamela Silva Husband
Silva was married to Cesar Conde a media executive. The pair first met in 2005 when Pamela joined Univision. They later wedded in 2009 in Florida and later separated in 2020. She got her son Ford a few months after her divorce.
Pamela Silva Education
Pamela joined the Florida International University and later graduated with honors with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She later earned a Bilingual Communications at St. Thomas University. Back in 2012, she esrned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Florida International University.
Pamela Silva Salary
Pamela earns an annual estimated salary of $79,645.
Pamela Silva Net Worth
Pamela has an estimated net worth is $1 million.
Pamela Silva Career
Pamela serves for the Univision Network’s weekday news magazine, “Primer Impacto” as a co-anchor. She started off her career as a public affairs coordinator and producer for the community affairs show “Miami Ahora” on WLTV 23 at Univision back in 2003.
She as well served for Univision Network shows, “El Gordo y La Flaca”, “Despierta America”, and “Control” as a guest reporter. Back in addittion, she as well served worked on TeleFutura 69’s first local newscast, “Noticias en Noventa” hosting the show was a 90-second daily segment that brought viewers highlights of local news.
She later rejoined the Univision Miami affiliate news team as an entertainment anchor and reporter backin 2005. She served for the leading Spanish-language morning newscast in South Florida “Noticias 23 Al Amanecer” as a substitute news anchor and was later named the main anchor.