Nitza Soledad Perez

Nitza Soledad Perez

Nitza Soledad Perez is the Miami correspondent for CGTN America.

During the last decade, she has traveled extensively covering U.S. national politics of American and Latino interest, as well as Latin American politics.

Her assignments have taken her to Mexico, Ecuador, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Trinidad Tobago, Guatemala, Denmark and others, reporting on elections, political turmoil, economics, climate change, natural disasters and social unrest.

Nitza has interviewed many Latin American leaders throughout the years. Recently, she covered President Xi Jinping’s visit to the Caribbean and Central America.

Nitza joined CGTN America from Russia Today. Previously, she was a local anchor for NBC Spanish in Washington and TeleSUR’s main correspondent in the U.S. capital. She started her career at ABC News Network in Washington D.C. She holds a Master’s Degree in international relations from American University in Washington D.C.


December 1, 2023

Highlights from Ron DeSantis vs. Gavin Newsom debate

  Billed as “The Great Red vs. Blue State Debate,” the governors of two of the largest states in the U.S. – Florida and California – faced off on in a televised debate Thursday night.  They addressed a wide variety of topics including the economy, immigration, […] Read More...
December 1, 2023

Soccer mania grows in the U.S.

  Football is king in most of the world. But U.S. fans young and old have been catching up over the past three decades to the sport most Americans call ‘soccer.’ See how the soccer mania is growing in the U.S.  Read More...
October 31, 2023

U.S. facing labor shortage

The U.S. is suffering from a worker shortage. An aging population, childcare access, immigration, and a desire for more quality of life might be to blame. Read More...
October 13, 2023

Racial disparities in breast cancer treatment

The latest research confirms that despite improvements in cancer treatments, the cancer death rate for  Black women is higher than white women in the country. CGTN’s Nitza Soledad Perez explored racial disparities in breast cancer treatment in Black American women.  Read More...
October 7, 2023

“SHOT: We the Mothers Miami”

  A photography exhibit in Miami is drawing attention to what many call America’s epidemic of gun violence, and the collateral damage left behind. It features portraits of 44 mothers who lost children to gun violence, the full spectrum of their pain and grief on display.  Read More...
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