Carmen Dominicci Wiki- Carmen Dominicci Biography
Carmen Dominicci born as Carmen Lourdes Dominicci Ramos is a travel blogger, journalist, news anchor in the United States, and the winner of five Emmy Awards. People en Español magazine chose her as one of the “50 Most Beautiful” of 2010. She is a journalist and news anchor, who recently transformed into a travel blogger. She is the host of Carmen Dominicci Trotamundos, a travel blog that visits tourist destinations around the world, under its motto of “Travel the world through my eyes.” Her passion to travel the world led her to make a complete change in her career. After quitting Telemundo, in December 2015, she launched the blog. Her objective is to show well-known and hidden tourist destinations on all continents, but teach savings techniques and share smart tips for tourists who want to get the best of their travel experiences.
She started featuring in television commercials in the late 1980s. She represented Puerto Rico in various beauty pageants and international modeling competitions in the United States and Europe. She pursued a career in television, first in theatrical plays and then in television miniseries, but she left that path to focus fully on her journalism studies. In the 1990s, she became one of the most recognized news reporters in Puerto Rico working at Tele-Once Channel, and later as the presenter on WAPA-TV’s prime time newscast.
In 1998, she signed a four-year contract with Telemundo 47, New York, as a news anchor, and in which she covered important events such as President Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial, the inauguration of President George Bush, and the 9-11 attacks on the Twin Towers, among others. In 2002, she joined the Univision network as a presenter of the “Primer Impacto” news program where she worked for three years and conducted the night edition of the same program. Among her outstanding coverages were the death of Pope John Paul II, and the investigative series “Infierno Animal” and “Tragedia en Jimaní” and “Tragedia en Jimaní”, about the tragic landslide that caused the death of more than 400 people. In October 2005, she co-presented “TeleFutura en Vivo y en Directo”, the most important news program of the network with Rolando Nichols. In 2006, she went back to Univision as a correspondent of the investigative show “Aquí y Ahora”, where she worked until 2009. While she was working on “Aquí y Ahora” in 2007, Univision’s sister network, Galavision, created the journalistic talent contest “Misión Reportar”, and due to her credibility, Carmen was chosen as the host.
In 2009, Telemundo re-hired her as one of the main faces of the “Telemundo News” team in one of the best stages of the network, which by then was already part of the NBC conglomerate. Their most important coverages included such major events as the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the rescue of the 33 miners, and the catastrophe of the earthquake and tsunami in Chile, both in 2010. In 2011, she joined as a co-host and correspondent for the “Al Rojo Vivo” news program and joined the special investigative team of Noticias Telemundo, where she won several awards for the special “Muriendo por Cruzar”, about immigration at the Mexican / American border. She also interviewed many well-known personalities such as the soccer star David Beckham. She left Telemundo and started her travel blog in December 2015.
For more than twenty years of her journalistic career, she accumulated numerous awards and recognitions, among which are: the 1995 Paoli Award, 1999 Ace Award, 2000 Regional Emmy Award: Outstanding Unique Presenter Category in News Show, 2001 Regional Emmy Award: Outstanding Unique Presenter Category in News Show, and 2002 Regional Emmy Award: Outstanding Unique Presenter Category in News Show among many others. She studied primary education in local schools and graduated magna cum laude from the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón with a degree in Journalism and Social Communication.
Carmen Dominicci Age
She was born on July 15, 1966, in Ponce, Puerto Rico.
Carmen Dominicci Husband
She has been married and divorced twice. In 1989 she married Puerto Rican actor Osvaldo Ríos with whom she had a son, Giuliano Ríos Dominicci. She and Osvaldo divorced in 1993. In 2007, she married her ex-coworker of “Primer Impacto” Fernando del Rincón, but the couple divorced in 2008.
Carmen Dominicci Children
She has a son, Giuliano Ríos.
Carmen Dominicci Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.69 m) tall.
Carmen Dominicci Instagram
Carmen Dominicci’s Instagram account is @carmendominiccitrotamundos.