Anaridis Rodriguez is a highly skilled media professional with a demonstrated history of working as a journalist. Anaridis offers extensive experience in researching, writing, producing, and presenting communication services for various mediums. She focuses on being an effective communicator by working collaboratively with clients to create clear, concise, and impactful messaging that is accessible, effective, and memorable.An award-winning bilingual journalist, Anaridis’ experience spans more than a decade. Most recently, she spent five years in Boston anchoring and reporting for WBZ-TV, a CBS Owned & Operated station. In her role at CBS News Boston, she contributed daily to live programming of developing news and digital storytelling. She covered the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 presidential election, and was part of the team that helped launch the region’s first free streaming news service. She was also a trusted leader within the community, with much of her reporting focusing on exposing systematic inequalities in education and criminal justice.
Before moving back to New England, Anaridis traveled the country as a network correspondent for The Weather Channel/NBC, chronicling a range of stories from the impact of natural disasters across the United States to the Obama Administration’s focus on STEM education.
Anaridis was born in the Dominican Republic and immigrated with her family to Providence at the age of 12. She’s a proud graduate of Classical High School, Rhode Island College, and Emerson College.