Zenddy Caicedo Tintle grew up in Venezuela where she demonstrated an early interest in broadcasting as a career. At fourteen, she became an exchange student at a high school in New York State. At seventeen, back in Venezuela, she started her studies in broadcasting communication at the Universidad Bicentenaria de Aragua. She graduated with a B.A in Communications and a minor in journalism. During college, Zenddy also worked as a professional model.
Zenddy's first job in television was when she turned 18, as the host of a children's program in Caracas with Marte Television. In 2002, Zenddy came to live in the Lehigh Valley. She lives in the Lehigh Valley with her husband Jeff and her son Noah. She has worked at PBS 39, and as the news director for radio station HOLA 1600 AM.
In her free time, she enjoys teaching spanish to children, and loves taking part in a variety of events in the Hispanic community. She also loves to dance and enjoys to exercise in the beautiful parks of the Lehigh Valley. Zenddy has a powerful love of God, and enjoys being part of her church's activities. She considers her career in broadcasting and journalism a great tool to help other people. Even though Zenddy left her native country of Venezuela, she maintains alive her love for her people, her heritage and her roots.