Ramon Galindo is a bilingual news reporter and producer, with more than a decade of experience in television journalism. His pursuit of news has taken Ramon to Mexico, across California, and to several western states.
From politics, to criminal justice, to the economy, Ramon strives to tell stories from a unique perspective. His work aims to hold government and powerful institutions accountable, while being a voice for the unheard.
Ramon’s coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement led to an International Emmy Nomination in 2012.
Prior to his work as a national correspondent in Los Angeles, Ramon was an award-winning producer for KGTV - San Diego. Ramon helped produce an Emmy Award winning investigation about medical marijuana. He also earned an Emmy nomination for his investigation on gangs in the military. His work with the investigative unit earned him several awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, and The San Diego Press Club. Ramon was also one of the first employees at KGTV, to be trained as a multimedia journalist.
Ramon is originally from Salinas, California. He is a graduate of San Diego State University, where he majored in journalism, and was a news reporter at KCR College Radio.
When he’s not covering the news, Ramon is usually hiking, biking, or relaxing on the beach.
What’s happening in your neighborhood? You can reach out to email Ramon story ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.