Veronica Rosario is an award-winning producer at PIX11 News, who focuses on social justice issues and women empowerment. Her two decades-long career includes coverage on the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, Hurricane Sandy and the Sept. 11th attacks.

Prior to covering local and national news across New York City, Rosario worked at various news station in Florida. She is a graduate of The Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University where she earned a Bachelors and Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism and Television, Radio and Film.

Rosario is a Brooklyn native who regularly volunteers with organizations focused on youth empowerment as a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She also serves on the board for the non-profit organization, JAIA YOUth Empowerment.

On her off time, Rosario is a proud dog mom who enjoys traveling and bike riding.

Recent Articles
  • South Bronx dance program for kids brings in dancers from around the world

    SOUTH BRONX — Dancers from all over the world are descending on the South Bronx. They’re teaching students a valuable lesson by showing them how to move to a different beat. You can catch “Accent Dance NYC” performing as part of the DOT’s Summer Streets Dance Series on August 17th. They’ll also be hosting a fundraiser at the Pelham Picture House on September 21.

  • Boys & Girls Club of Harlem gets a new high-tech clubhouse

    HARLEM — In this digital age, it’s crucial for youth to know the many opportunities STEM related fields have. The Boys and Girls Club of Harlem is doing just that in a fun and educational way. The Boys and Girls Club of Harlem recently unveiled a brand new Disney Center of Innovation which gives kids access to state of the art technology. For more information, visit the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem’s website and click here for the volunteer […]

  • Spiritual Adrenaline: Addiction recovery through nutrition and exercise

    Not everyone battling an alcohol or drug addiction can afford to take time off from work for an often expensive rehabilitation program, and that’s where Spiritual Adrenaline comes in. Founder, and recovering addict, Tom Shanahan, founded Spiritual Adrenaline as a new way to treat addiction by focusing on the body’s overall health. Focusing on nutrition and exercise, the program helps rewire the body from the inside out, Shanahan tells PIX11 News. You can take the Spiritual Adrenaline challenge now at […]

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