Stephanie Ramos Biography and Wiki
Stephanie Ramos is an American journalist who currently works for ABC News Station in the New York area. She has been working for ABC News since April 2015 from KMBC News in Kansas, MO.
She attended Fordham University where she attained a degree in Broadcast journalism. From there, Ramos joined Lona College where she graduated with Masters in Broadcast Journalism.
Stephanie Ramos Age and Birthday
She celebrates her birthday on 24 January every year. Her actual age and year of birth will be updated as soon as it’s available to the public.
Stephanie Ramos Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Stephanie Ramos Family
Her family lives in New York, the United States where she was born and brought. However, Stephanie has remained silent concerning her parents or whether she has any siblings.
Stephanie Ramos Husband and Wedding
She is married to her husband Emio Tomeoni whom she had dated for a very long time. They officially got married on September 5, 2010. Ramos and Emio are parents to two children, Xavier Tomeoni born in 2011, and Gio Tomeoni who was born on March 12, 2015.
Stephanie Ramos Salary
According to our estimates, Ramos receives an annual salary from $25,500 – $75,500. Her contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Stephanie Ramos Net Worth
Ramos has a net worth of $250,000. This amount is from her extensive career among other investments.
Stephanie Ramos ABC News
Stephanie is an American journalist who currently works for ABC News Station in the New York area. She has been working for ABC News since April 2015 from KMBC News in Kansas, MO.
Other work experiences include a stint at WIS News where she worked as the assignment editor. From WIS TV, Stephanie joined WIBW TV where she was a news anchor and reporter.
In 2002, she attended Fort Jackson Military base to take Army courses. From Fort Jackson, she joined the Training Corps of Officers where she graduated with an Army training course.
She worked as a lieutenant in Iraq where she was highly recognized for her commendable job. She was awarded the Outstanding Military Volunteer Service Medal and Global War on Terrorism Medal.
Ramos and her husband produced an award-winning special, To Baghdad and Back, when she returned, using the footage she shot on a small handheld camcorder during her tour.