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Royale Da Biography
Royale Da is an American Journalist. She is a co-anchor of KOAT Action 7 News. Royale is experienced in both broadcast and print journalism.
Prior to joining the Action 7 News team, she worked as an anchor/reporter at KOLN-TV in Lincoln, Nebraska; anchor/reporter KBJR-TV in Duluth, Minnesota; and reporter at the The Miami Herald.
Royale Da Age
Royale has not revealed her year, month and date of birth so her age is still unknown.
Royale Da Family | Royale Da Ethnicity
Royale’s father is from the San Ildefonso Pueblo (in Santa Fe County), her mother is from Pecos, and she has relatives across the state. Whether she’s taking in the bright blue skies and mild weather or eating home-cooked food with family and friends, Royale is always enjoying her native New Mexico.
Royale Da Husband
Royale is married to Chad(Werenko). Her husband owns a contracting business in Albuquerque. Royale describes him as an amazing person who is good at many things, which apparently includes how to plan the perfect surprise engagement. Chad proposed in Taos during a ski trip in December 2014.They wedded in August 2015 at the Farmer’s Market building at the Santa Fe Railyards. They both come from large families in New Mexico Da said anchors Shelly Ribando and Marisa Maez gave her good advice on where to find a dress.
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Royale Da Baby
Royale and her husband chad’s welcomed their new bundle of joy Monroe Avery born June 2, 2016 at presbyterian hospital after 12 hours of labor.
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Royale joined KOAT Action 7 News in April 2008 she is elated to be back home in the Land of Enchantmenet at New Mexico. She is experienced in both broadcast and print journalism. Prior to joining the Action 7 News team, Royale worked as an anchor/reporter at KOLN-TV in Lincoln, Nebraska; anchor/reporter KBJR-TV in Duluth, Minnesota; and reporter at the The Miami Herald.
Royale graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with a degree in professional journalism, and is a member of the NAHJ (National Association of Hispanic Journalists) and NAJA (Native American Journalists Association). Her outstanding work has also been recognized by the Associated Press; she earned a first place award in series reporting for “Help From the Heartland – Hurricane Katrina.”
One of Royale’s passions in life is supporting Special Olympics. She extensively volunteered for the organization before moving to New Mexico, and plans to continue doing so in New Mexico.
Royale Da Salary
Royale has not yet revealed his annual salary. She believes that great relationships cultivate great stories. Her first job is to listen and her second is to tell her story with compassion and respect.