Angelique has extensive experience as a bilingual broadcast journalist. Most recently, she was the primary anchor for the award-winning NBC affiliate in Southern Arizona where, in addition to her on-air commitments, Angelique worked closely with Make-A-Wish Arizona, the Ronald McDonald House Charities, and the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona to help those in need. Angelique was also a strong advocate for educating parents and children about the importance of learning to swim and water safety; in 2018 she was recognized by the Drowning Prevention Coalition of Arizona for her efforts to keep children safe in and around the water.
Prior to her work in Arizona, Angelique was a general assignment reporter for the CBS affiliate in San Diego where she covered a variety of high profile cases, including many that made national headlines. She was an active member of her community through frequent interactions with non-profit organizations as well as elected and policy leaders.
Angelique also served as the Acting Communications Information Officer for San Diego Miramar College where she worked closely with college administrators and city officials to accomplish a variety of projects on and off campus. Born and raised in San Diego, Angelique received her undergraduate degree from the University of San Diego and a Master of Science in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University.
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