Victoria Hernandez is a writer who worked at the Los Angeles Times from 2017 to 2021. She began her journey in journalism as a sports reporter, writing for the Sun-Sentinel and Rivals.com, and has since expanded to covering music and fashion. Hernandez hails from Denver, is a graduate of The U and her life role model is 50 Cent.
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