Originally from Mexico City, Paulina Sodi attended Intercontinental University earning her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and a Master of Business Administration. She began her career in journalism at the age of 15, writing for the Esfera Humana section of El Universal newspaper and Radio Fórmula. Later, she anchored programs for TV Azteca Noticias and ADN 40.
Combining her work on television and radio, she hosted Reporteros 98.5 on Grupo Imagen and Desde Cero on Radio 13.
In 2012, Telemundo offered her the opportunity to move to the United States to become the main anchor of their Houston, Texas affiliate. Four years later, she made the move to the national network joining Un Nuevo Día, anchoring the news desk. During her time at Noticias Telemundo, Paulina has anchored such programs as Noticias Telemundo Mediodia, Noticias Telemundo Fin de Semana and Noticias Telemundo at 11:35 p.m.
She has covered some of the top stories in recent history including; the inauguration of President Enrique Peña Nieto, the conclave and election of Pope Francis, the special coverage of Hurricane Irma, the inauguration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and the 2020 US Presidential Election.
Over the years, her work has been recognized with various awards in both Mexico and in the United States. These include the Golden Microphone, awarded by the Federation of Radio and Television Associations for best host in Mexico (2010) and five Emmy Awards for excellence in news coverage.