About Judy Meana
Journalist, news anchor, and reporter who is known for her work as director of information for security institutions of the Panamanian State. She is also known for working as a journalist for CNN and for being the first woman to be vice president of the Panamanian Diamond Exchange.
She first started pursuing her career in journalism at the age of 19. She studied television and documentary production at the Official Institute of Spanish Radio and Television in Madrid, Spain. She later studied communication in both Florida and Washington.
She has won several awards for her journalism including the Victoria Award of the Santa Maria La Antigua University as Best Mews Presenter in 1994.
She was born and raised in Colon, Panama.
She appeared as a guest on the Ismael Cala program on CNN en Espanol.