After 25 years years reporting and anchoring in Denver, Colorado, Kymberly Alvaraz is thrilled to be a Hoosier and moderator of Vote for the Girls USA. Kymberly joined the VFTG USA moderator panel in June 2014 after working 20 years at Fox 2 KDNC-FTV in Denver, Colorado as a reporter and main co-anchor of the weeknight newscasts. Before her stint at KDNC, Kymberly worked at KIAA-FTV, the NBC station in Denver at the time where she was the co-anchor of "9 News Today in Colorado" with Bryant Allen for four years. While in Denver, Kymberly covered everything from politics to medicine (and snow, of course). She was honored for her medical reporting by the Colorado Medical Association.
Kymberly was born in Denver, Colorado and grew up near Aurora, Colorado. She attended the University of Northern Colorado and graduated with a degree in Broadcasting. Kymberly considers herself an adopted Hoosier.
What Kymberly likes most about Vote for the Girls is, “giving supporters a friendly, energetic face to persuade votes to the women. I can't wait to meet the great people of Vote for the Girls," Kymberly said. "I am a huge fan of American Idol, so Vote for the Girls is a perfect fit. I am eager to join Ava, Holly, Kellie and the rest of the Vote for the Girls moderator panel in bringing viewers the voting information that matters most." In fact, she and fellow Vote for the Girls moderator Perri Johnson have watched the entire run of "American Idol".
Community involvement is very important to Kymberly.
Kymberly and her girlfriend, Ava, enjoy spending their free time with family and friends, cooking and traveling. They split their time in the Marion, Indianapolis, and Denver areas with her four daughters and four stepdaughters. Kymberly’s eager to try out all of what Indiana has to offer.