Chardelle Moore is the multimedia host for FOX45 and sister stations CW Baltimore and MyTV Baltimore. Known for her vibrant personality, Chardelle keeps viewers up-to-date on the best that Baltimore and the surrounding areas have to offer! Covering topics from entertainment, lifestyle, fashion, community events and everything in between! She also delivers the latest traffic conditions for the evening newscasts.
Chardelle comes to Baltimore from Washington D.C. She was a host for DC Hot Spots, an entertainment show which aired on the CW Washington. Chardelle covered the entertainment scene in the nation's capital and interviewed some of Hollywood's biggest names! She was also a host and reporter for KALI TV and spent some time in radio at CBS owned-and-operated stations WJFK 106. 7 The Fan DC Sports Radio and WNEW All News 99.1.
Chardelle began her career as a production assistant at BET in Washington D.C. She shortly made the jump in-front of the camera as a host for a local entertainment network.
Chardelle has interviewed a diverse range of notable figures from the likes of Claire Danes, Meagan Good, Chaka Khan, BET CEO Debra L. Lee and Rand Paul to name a few!
In addition to her television career, Chardelle is also an award winning motivational speaker! She is a popular requested speaker for schools, universities, non-profit organizations and events across the country. Nicknamed, "Motivational Moore" for her dedication to empowering others, she has made several high profile speaking appearances including the White House.
In 2013, she was appointed the Global Ambassador for Globally Igniting Africa, an international non-profit organization dedicated to the empowerment and healthy development of African women and girls.
Chardelle has received several awards for her community and professional work. Most recently, she was the recipient of the Women Empowered to Achieve the Impossible (WETATi) Next Generation One to Watch Award 2015.
Chardelle was born in Grand Bay Dominica and raised the greater Washington D.C. area. A national cover model, she is a former Miss Caribbean Metro USA where she served as a spokesperson for the Caribbean American community.
Chardelle holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Public Relations from Marymount University. She was the Cultural Arts and Lecture Chair where she hosted a live campus show. Chardelle held several leadership positions including co-founding the African Caribbean Student Association and a proud charter member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated. She received the Marymount University Senior Leadership Award for demonstrating excellence in her community outreach initiatives in the metropolitan area and inspiring other students to take her lead.