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Leticia Ordaz


Leticia is the author of our November 2020 picture book TalThat Girl on TV Could Be Me!. The story is bilingual in Spanish.

Leticia Ordaz is an Emmy-nominated anchor/reporter at Channel 3 in Sacramento, California. She's covered some of the biggest stories in the country.

Leticia Ordaz joined KCRA 3 in September 2003 as a general assignment reporter. She anchors weekend mornings on KCRA 3 and reports weekday mornings on KCRA 3 and KQCA My58.

Leticia grew up in Northern California and is a graduate of Galt High School and California State University, Sacramento. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications with a minor in government. She interned at KCRA 3 while attending CSUS.

Before coming to KCRA 3, Leticia was at KMPH-TV in Fresno, where she worked as a reporter. Leticia started her broadcast career in the small town of Elko, Nevada, where she was the morning anchor/reporter for KENV-TV. She has also worked in Bakersfield as a general assignment reporter for KGET-TV.

Her hobbies include yoga, going to musicals, traveling, spending time with her family and friends, and trying new food. She is fluent in Spanish. She’s excited to share bilingual stories and encourage students to consider careers in broadcast news. A member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and California Chicano News Media Association, she enjoys adventures with her two young boys and husband.



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"Thank you Leticia-you are a voice connector for our most vulnerable in our community!"
- Sister Libby Fernandez, Sacramento's most popular nun, Mercy Pedalers street ministry

"That Girl on TV leads by example. Leticia's life journey starts with simple steps, but it's her ambition, drive, and determination that takes her from a small town and small beginnings to a place in front of the camera, and eventually to the anchor desk. Leticia is a natural storyteller whether it's on TV or coming off the pages of a book."
- Rich Ibarra, Reporter, Capitol Public Radio, KCRA, KXTV, KOVR.




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