Lizbeth has worked with broadcaster Humberto Luna on a number of stations and is currently with him on La Ranchera 96.7 FM as on-air talent, announcer and producer.

Born in Los Angeles, of Mexican parents, at an early age Lizbeth Gallegos moved with her family to Yucatan where her mother is originally from.. There is where she grew up, studied and pursued her dreams. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree in management of tourism companies, she went to Los Angeles, to study operation of radio and television. After obtaining the title “associate of arts degree” in Pasadena City College”, with two certifications in journalism and media and in operation of audio and video respectively; she transferred to Cal State Northdrige where she received a bachelor of science in communications.

On television, she was the weather person, entertainment reporter and news presenter on many shows, including Musicalisimo and Central American Newscast for Channel 27,”Sábado Gigante for Univision network, The Angeles En Vivo and Noticias 62 Live to Channel 62, Mega News for Mega TV on Cable 54 local newscast, Openly and Full Color for Azteca America 54.

As a journalist and presenter of radio and television, Lizbeth Aurora has had the opportunity of interviewing celebrities of national and international stature, not just in the world of the show, also from the sports field, cultural and political, including between them: Antonio Banderas, Keanu Reeves, Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Carlos Ponce, José Luis Rodríguez (Puma), Thalia, Marco Antonio Solis, Nek, Paulina Rubio, Chayanne, Luis Fonsi, Pablo Montero, Antonio Aguilar, Jorge Campos, Mauricio Cienfuegos, Carlos Hermosillo, Vicente Fox, Antonio Villaraigosa and many more.

At the same time, behind the camera; Lizbeth has served as media manager and master control engineer freelancer in KCET Channel 28 PBS and as the various trademarks official voice on radio and television.

Her expertise has won it several awards and recognitions by different federations, both Mexican and Central American for their support and contribution in the media.