Who is Lauren Pastrana?
Lauren Pastrana is an evening news anchor at CBS. She also reports on topics that affect our health and welfare. Lauren created, scripted, and hosted a 30-minute presentation titled “Illuminating Alzheimer’s” in June 2023 in conformity with “Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month”.
She discussed clinical trials, therapies, and the impact this stealthy disease is taking on in the community with patients, physicians, researchers, caregivers, social workers in particular, and fundraisers.
Lauren has been a news reporter for radio, television, and the internet for more than 15 years. She has reported on everything from disasters and momentous events like the passing of Fidel Castro and the Washington March For Our Lives, to crime and political corruption.
Lauren Pastrana Age
Pastrana was born on February 3, 1992, in Miami, Florida, United States. She is currently 31 years old.
Lauren Pastrana Education
Pastrana graduated in 2005 from Pine Crest School. She enrolled in the University of Florida that same year, where she eventually earned a Bachelor of Telecommunications degree with a minor in entrepreneurial leadership in 2008. Being the best in her class, she received the special recognition of the Four-Year Scholar Award at commencement.
Lauren Pastrana Height
Pastrana stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Lauren Pastrana Husband
Pastrana is married to her lovely husband, J.C. They are blessed with a son named Jordan and a daughter named Gianela Marie. Pastrana has shared several photos of her husband on her social media pages.
Lauren Pastrana’s Salary and Net Worth
Lauren earns a salary that ranges between $67,738 – $98,728. She is among the best-paid journalists at CBS. Lauren has an estimated net worth of $400,000. She generates her income from her career as a journalist.
Lauren Pastrana Career
Pastrana is a multi-platform journalist with expertise covering news on radio, television, and the internet, and she is nominated for an Emmy. She co-anchors CBS News Miami weeknights at five, six, seven, and eleven p.m. She began working as a reporter for CBS News Miami in April of 2012.
Every person has a story that they can share, in Lauren’s opinion, and she likes telling them about her hometown. She was working double shifts as the morning news anchor at Newsradio 610 WIOD when she joined the CBS News Miami team.
She started working as a full-time weekday evening correspondent on CBS News Miami after experiencing many months of extremely little sleep. Lauren also spent five years anchoring the morning show for CBS News Miami.
During her tenure as the morning show’s host, she introduced popular television programs such as “Lauren’s List” and “South Florida Survivors,” assisted in finding homes for dogs in her monthly “Dogs in the City” feature, and regularly discussed sports on “Talkin’ With Joe.”
She played a big role in overseeing CBS News Miami’s coverage of various significant occurrences, such as storms, elections, Fidel Castro’s passing, the coronavirus outbreak, 2020 social justice demonstrations, and the arraignment of former President Donald Trump.