Sergio Quintana is a general assignment reporter for NBC Bay Area.
He reports for the stations evening newscasts. He joined NBC Bay Area in May 2017.
Sergio has more than 15 years experience in broadcast and online journalism at local and national TV and Radio outlets across the country.
Prior to working for NBC Bay Area, he was a reporter at KTVU Channel 2 and a freelance reporter at ABC 7 News/KGO-TV.
As a freelance reporter, Sergio has also produced stories for National Public Radio, Al Jazeera English, and Sirius/XM Satellite Radio.
Sergio began his career in TV and Radio in his home state of New Mexico. In college he began at KUNM, the NPR station in Albuquerque and later became news tape editor at KOB TV, the NBC affiliate in Albuquerque.
After graduating from the University of New Mexico, he moved to Roswell, New Mexico to report for KOBR TV. From Roswell, he moved to Los Alamos, New Mexico as a bureau reporter for KOAT TV. Sergio has been awarded fellowships by the Knight Digital Media Foundation at UC Berkeley and the International Center for Journalists in Washington DC.
In 2012, he was elected Secretary of the Executive Board of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Sergio received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Government from the University of New Mexico.