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Meet Camila

Camila Fernández is a reporter at WMDT in Salisbury. She is recognized for her work on the Latino community and education in Delaware.


When Camila arrived at Delaware, she discovered there was an increasingly growing Latino population with not enough resources or representation. Since then, she's been focused on sharing their stories with the hope to bridge gaps.


As a multimedia journalist, Camila captures events that shape communities by using her creativity and unique style. She has years of experience using Adobe Premiere, AP ENPS, Field59 and Audacity.


As a bilingual journalist, Camila shares untold stories about the Latino community to an American audience. Being able to speak both English and Spanish plays an important role in reaching the most vulnerable and helps give them a voice.

About Camila

She was born in Barranquilla, Colombia, but grew up in Miami. Camila is well known for her work on dual language education in Delaware. She’s also done special coverage on ‘Dreamers’ and has reported on natural disasters and legislative reform.

Camila is also news anchor for Latino Flavor, a Spanish language newscast for Azteca America affiliate WGDV-LD. She’s interviewed countless influential leaders, including former U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta, U.S. Senator Tom Carper and U.S. Senator Chris Coons.

Her grandfather, Abel González Chávez, was an award-winning journalist in Colombia. He is her greatest inspiration. She also loves to travel the world with her family. She’s also very proud of her French and Italian heritage.

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