Romyna Camacho

Romyna Camacho’s passion is producing.

A broadcast and digital journalism major at California State University’s campus in Fullerton, Camacho thought she wanted to be a reporter early in her college career. But once she got involved with the communications program on campus, she realized she loved producing because whether it’s a failure or a success, she knows it’s work she can claim as her own.

At Telemundo 52 in Los Angeles, Camacho helped write scripts and edit footage as an intern.

Her dream is to produce internationally for CNN or Fusion and eventually cover environmental issues such as drilling and pollution in Latin America.

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