Lissette Gonzalez Biography
Lissette Gonzalez is an American journalist who serves as the morning and Noon Meteorologist at CBS4 News. Gonzalez previously worked at KTLA’s Prime News in Los Angeles as the evening weather anchor.
Lissette Gonzalez Age
She was born on June 6, 1976, in Miami Florida in the United States.
Lissette Gonzalez Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (1.7m).
Lissette Gonzalez Education
Lissette graduated from Mississippi State University with honors as a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist. She is also a graduate of the University of Miami with a double major in broadcast journalism and music-vocal performance. She has received the Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association (NWA) for her work as a television weathercaster. Lissette is a proud member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.
Lissette Gonzalez Family
She was born in Miami Florida to Israel Gonzalez and Giselda Gonzalez. Her father is a student at Universidad de la Vida in Miami. Her father, Israel, is a Cuban native who graduated from Miami Senior High School in 1970. At Miami Dade College, Israel studied human rights and democracy. Arnold Gonzalez and Gise Gonzalez are two of her siblings.
Lissette Gonzalez Husband/Children
She is happily married to the love of her life Antonia Chinchilla a Financial Analyst and supports society and charitable trusts since March 2013. After dating for some time, the pair married on March 16, 2013. Sofia Gonzalez and Elise Gonzalez are their two kids.
Lissette Gonzalez CBS4
Since 2007, Lissette Gonzalez has been the CBS4 News morning and lunchtime meteorologist. Lissette’s weathercasts are available weekday mornings from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. and again at noon. Outside of the studio, this native gal may be seen delivering her weathercast from some of South Florida’s most colorful events and recognized venues. Lissette has also been on national “CBS This Morning” newscasts as a guest meteorologist.
The Miami New Times’ “Best of Miami 2013” named Lissette Best Meteorologist. “It’s not every day you get to watch a beauty queen turned off-Broadway star turned music artist turned TV personality turned meteorologist deliver the weekday morning forecast,” the New York Times stated of Lissette. Unless, of course, you watch Lissette Gonzalez do her thing on CBS4 News from 5 to 9 a.m. and at noon… Gonzalez connects with her viewers thanks to her bright smile, charming attitude, and ease in providing the weather in a simple yet thorough manner… Gonzalez is back to doing what she does best now that her beauty pageant and Broadway days are behind her: forecasting the weather.”
The Society of Professional Journalists has given Lissette a “Florida Award of Excellence” for her weathercast. She was also featured in Ocean Drive Magazine’s “Beach Patrol: The People Who Make Miami” and was named one of Brickell Magazine’s “Top 20 Professionals Under 40.” Lissette, who was born and raised in Miami, is delighted to be back in her hometown, watching the tropics and forecasting the weather she is so familiar with.
Lissette has had an assorted and amazing vocation in communicating and diversion on the public and neighborhood level. Furthermore, she has facilitated and revealed for such broadly partnered shows as “EXTRA,” “Additional en Espanol,” and “Livin’ Large.” However, she started out before the cameras here in Miami at the University of Miami mooring the “Dawn” and “Early evening” Newscasts on UMTV, and facilitating and detailing for the nearby show “Miami Hoy”(“Miami Today”).
Lissette then, at that point, featured as “Maria” in the Off-Broadway hit “4 Guys Named Jose and Una Mujer named Maria” in New York and Miami, and was in this manner assigned for the esteemed Carbonell Award. Her prosperity Off-Broadway prompted a record bargain in 2001 with RCA and she had the chance to record with Grammy-grant winning music makers and musicians in both New York, Los Angeles and Miami.
Lissette is exceptionally dynamic locally and was as of late perceived by the Dania Lions Club with the Lions Club International Medal of Merit Award for her support of the local area. This honor perceives people who are a resource for their calling and pioneers locally. Lissette much of the time visits South Florida schools to address understudies about climate and the significance of training. She upholds numerous associations remembering Dream for Green, Amigos for Kids, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, American Red Cross, Women of Tomorrow, Best Buddies and Padres Brillantes. Lissette has, performs and partakes in numerous beneficent occasions and is extremely associated with CBS4′s Neighbors 4 Neighbors programs.
Lissette has collaborated with individual CBS4 Meteorologist Jeff Berardelli to assist with raising assets for Broward consume casualty Michael Brewer. What’s more, she additionally collaborated with Jeff to have a “Strike out Cancer” occasion to assist with helping the Children’s Cancer Caring Center. Lissette likewise takes an interest in occasions including the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to bring issues to light and assets for Breast Cancer Research, the yearly Celebrity 5K to assist with helping Community Partnership for the Homeless, and the Miami Corporate Run.
Lissette is still extremely enthusiastic with regards to music and has had the pleasure to singing the National Anthem and “God Bless America” at the Heat, Marlins and Dolphins games and at the Sony Ericsson. She additionally appreciates investing energy with her loved ones.
Lissette Gonzalez KTLA
Lissette was the evening Weather Anchor for KTLA’s Prime News in Los Angeles, the country’s number two market, prior to joining CBS4. The Associated Press Association awarded Lissette a Mark Twain AP Award for “Best Weather Segment” for her weathercast. She was also nominated for a Los Angeles Emmy Award for hosting the KTLA special “Access LA: de todo-Latin Explosion.” Lissette’s weathercasts frequently included entertainment news from various venues, events, and award shows.
Lissette Gonzalez Miss Florida 1998
Lissette is a former Miss Miami and Miss Florida. In 1998, she was named second runner up to Miss America, and won over $50,000 dollars in scholarship money, which helped her complete her studies and graduate from the University of Miami with a double major in Broadcast Journalism and Music-Vocal Performance.