Camilla Rambaldi is a General Assignment Reporter for News 4 San Antonio.
She joined the team in January of 2016.
She was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Camilla is a graduate of California State University, Northridge, with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and a collateral in Chicano Studies.
Her passion for reporting news began in high school when she started writing for her school paper and for other media outlets. Since then, her hard work and ambition to become a reporter never stopped.
She started her career in TV news in 2014 at KTVH, the NBC affiliate in Helena, Montana after graduating from CSUN.
Since then, she has been working as a Multimedia Journalist ; anchoring, reporting, producing, and web publishing her own stories.
Camilla has had experience covering a variety of news including national. She covered the Diocese of Helena clergy sex abuse case, same-sex marriage becoming legal in Montana, homelessness among Montana veterans, and how the disaster of the Arkansas tornado outbreak in 2014 impacted Helena residents.
Camilla gained her initial news experience as an Assignment Desk Intern at ABC7 in Los Angeles and as an Intern for the show Peter Greenberg Worldwide (CBS) while in college.
Camilla has traveled to numerous countries, including Italy, Spain, and Africa. Traveling has allowed her to see and appreciate other cultures and expand her knowledge.
When she is not working, she enjoys the gym, hiking and the beach.
She is excited to be back to warmer weather and is looking forward to getting to know the beautiful city of San Antonio.
If you have any story ideas, feel free to email or tweet her your ideas!