Victoria Moll-Ramirez is a Cuban-Honduran-American from Miami (Little Havana to be exact) and a seasoned broadcast and multimedia journalist. She has worked at the network, cable and local news levels, with both English and Spanish-language audiences. Moll-Ramirez enjoys the sweet sounds of bachata, the tra-tra of a reggaeton beat, and the heart-tugging lyrics of a good ranchera peppered into her playlist, along with some old school Biggie and Jay-Z. Throughout her career, she has covered a broad range of topics impacting the Latino community—from immigration, to pop culture, to the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Moll-Ramirez keeps the human impact top of mind when telling some of our communities’ most sensitive stories. She also really enjoys baleadas and ham croquetas.