Ozzy Mora

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Azalea “Ozzy” Mora, originally from Los Angeles, California, landed a job straight out of college at KPNX-TV in Phoenix. After having previous experience working at ABC7 and Sirius XM Satellite Radio in Los Angeles, she was ready to follow her dreams of telling stories with purpose. KPNX-TV gave her the chance to begin her career in journalism as a social media producer and then progressively, a social media in-studio anchor.

Other than telling just stories, “Ozzy” has a passion for telling stories specifically of people making a difference, organizations coming together to help others, and assist in providing resources for people in need.

“Ozzy” was the first to tell stories in the Spanish language at KPNX-TV, digital journalist to start a blog about the importance of community and transitioned to being on-air talent.

Through her stories she has helped children become entrepreneurs through lemonade stands to helping organizations raise enough funds to build shower trailers for the homeless. She has been recognized by non-profits and organizations for her strides in helping the community. Azalea also has modeled for music videos, Aston Martin, and has been on a cover of a local magazine in Arizona called “Que Magazine.”


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