Camilla Rambaldi is the co-anchor of Fox News at Nine with Ryan Wolf. She’s been a member of the award-winning Fox San Antonio team since January 2016, reporting and anchoring on both morning and evening newscasts.
She is a first-generation Italian born and raised in Los Angeles. She graduated from California State University, Northridge (CSUN) with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcast Journalism and a Collateral in Chicano Studies. She gained her initial news experience as an assignment desk intern at K-ABC7 in Los Angeles and as an intern for the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Show (CBS) while in college. She also spent some time in entertainment. She was an intern for Access Hollywood, The Hollywood Reporter, and K-ABC7's On the Red Carpet. She started her career in Helena, Montana. She spent two years at the NBC affiliate, KTVH-TV, as an anchor, reporter, and producer.
In Texas, Camilla has covered the 2020 election campaigns, Hurricane Harvey, and several breaking news stories, including the Uvalde school tragedy. At Fox San Antonio, Camilla turns stories for her franchise, SA STRONG, and for the station's 'No Child Sold' initiative, in partnership with the non-profit, Ransomed Life. In 2017, Camilla was nominated for a Lone Star Emmy Award for her reporting on homelessness in San Antonio.
Camilla has traveled to numerous countries, including Italy, Spain, and Croatia. She has also been to Africa and South America. Her goal is to visit all seven continents. When she is not working, she loves to hike and practice yoga. She also enjoys mentoring students and keeping herself active in the community.
Camilla is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). She is a recipient of the 2019 Excellence In Media Award from the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault.