Nadia Galindo

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Nadia Galindo is a reporter for News 12 Westchester.

Galindo joined the team in June 2017 and covers a wide range of hyperlocal news from breaking to human interest stories.

Galindo is a Dallas native who started her career in Waco, Texas as a multimedia journalist at KWTX. There she sharpened her writing, video shooting and editing skills. 

It wasn't long before she landed another reporting job on the Texas/Mexico border at KGBT, where she extensively covered crime, drug and human smuggling and political corruption. Her coverage on laser strikes blinding Customs and Border Protection pilots while in flight earned her an award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

After two years on the border, Galindo headed north to the Texas capitol, where she worked as a crime reporter at CBS Austin.

She left the Lone Star State for New York to work as a freelance reporter at News 12 Long Island before joining the News 12 Westchester team full-time.

Galindo graduated from the University of North Texas Mayborn School of Journalism with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

When Galindo is not reporting, she loves traveling and spending time with her daughter, ice skating, bike riding and watching movies.

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