Meet Andrea Guerrero’s ex-husband; the new president of Win Sports – Publimetro Colombia

Meet Andrea Guerrero’s ex-husband; the new president of Win Sports – Publimetro Colombia
Meet Andrea Guerrero’s ex-husband; the new president of Win Sports – Publimetro Colombia

Andrea María Guerrero Quintero, Born on December 8, 1983 in Cúcuta, Colombia, she is a journalist and sports presenter. From 2016 to 2024, she served as director of RCN Sports. Guerrero is a graduate of Social Communication and Journalism from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá.

He began his journalistic career with Claudia Gurisatti on La FM and later worked as a field reporter in Futbolmania RCN. His controversial style and his choice of player “super cool” during the RCN broadcasts earned her the nickname that accompanies her. In her personal life, she was married to banker Alejandro Falla from 2014 to 2020, and they have a daughter named Luna Falla, born in 2015.

In fact, Andrea he opened his heart on the podcast YesYouCanCastwhere for the first time after several years she decided to tell everything about her separation from businessman Alejandro Falla, with whom she had been married since 2014. Although they had a relationship far from scandals, some differences surpassed the peace they had, and they decided to go their separate ways, which deeply affected Andrea emotionally.

The separation occurred in a pandemic in a friendly way, since they have always thought about the well-being of their daughter. Despite the pain, Andrea has searched maintain a good relationship with her ex-husband for Luna’s benefit. Although they do not have a traditional family, They remain united on birthdays, Christmases and other important events.

In this process, Andrea has assimilated that her present has changed and she has become a better mother, strengthening her bond with Luna. Despite their separation, she has pushed for her daughter’s relationship with Alejandro Falla remains positive.

Currently, Andrea Guerrero serves as president of Win Sport. Her appointment is significant, not only for what it represents for women by conquering spaces in traditionally masculine environments, but also because of the professional challenges it faces in a world with increasingly segmented audiences eager for good content.

With more than 19 years of experience in sports journalism, most of them dedicated to soccer, Andrea Guerrero will provide her strategic vision to consolidate and expand the influence of the sports channel.

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