Claudia Baez de Regules
Estephania Baez was born in San Diego, California, but grew up in Tijuana, Mexico. This experience gave her a binational perspective, which she has merged with her passion for journalism. In 2011 she graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana with a bachelor’s degree in Communications . At age 21, she began her career in the media at Uniradio TV in Tijuana where she was in charge of the news briefs. She later worked as a Tijuana Correspondent for ESPN Mexico, and then moved to Televisa Mexico where she was the San Diego Correspondent and news anchor for the evening news. She also anchored news briefs for Channel 6 CW in San Diego during this time. In 2016, Estephania joined the Telemundo Tijuana-San Diego team as producer and anchor of the 11pm newscast, and she has also collaborated with local newspapers in the San Diego area like La Prensa San Diego. She later incorporated to Noticias Ya Frontera broadcast by Azteca America San Diego Channel 33 where she produced and co-anchored the 11pm newscast. As an independent production she produced and and found a movement named “Soy Mujer y soy Inspiración” dedicated to empower woman. This 2019 she she is extremely to announce she joined Televisa California’s team once again, the place she calls home. She will be the San Diego Correspondent and need anchor for the evening newscast. Baez, 30, has been nominated twice for the Emmy Awards and received four Awards in 2018 by the San Diego Press Club including "The Best of Show" award, also has been named a San Diego Latin leader by US magazine "Leaders". She studied Creative Writing by the School of Writers in Madrid Spain where she wrote a flash fiction piece that will be published this year. Estephania is extremely proud of her efforts to keep the border community well informed, and sees her family as her greatest inspiration. She loves coffee and to swim.