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Washington DC: I’m honored to partner with Busboys and Poets for their Colorism and the Global Perception of Beauty panel discussion held this Sunday at Busboys (14th & V) from 5pm-7pm. The event is part of A.C.T.O.R. (A Continuing Talk on Race) open discussion series. It provides the opportunity for people to come together and speak openly and honestly about issues of race.


Colorism is a global issue. Which is why I'm proud to share the stage with these amazing women who could shed some light on this topic from different viewpoints. Join us for this important conversation! Seats are very limited! 

Colorism and the Global Perception of Beauty: 


Hosted by Jonelle Henry, Founder & Host of Districtly Speaking and a respected journalist and leader in her field with over 15 years of media & communications experience. She is currently the international producer at C-SPAN.



Anna John, a South Asian woman who won a beauty pageant after being told she was too dark to compete. She is also writer and blogger.


Claritza Jiménez, is a national video editor at The Washington Post. She was awarded an Investigative Journalism Fellowship at American University’s School of Communication where she obtained a Master of Arts in journalism. Jiménez graduated cum laude with a B.A. in political communication from The George Washington University.


Chardelle Moore, is a multi-talented television host, broadcast journalist, producer, award winning motivational speaker, humanitarian and model. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Public Relations from Marymount University. Currently, she is a full-time television personality and producer for FOX45 Baltimore. A national cover model, she is a former Miss Caribbean Metro USA where served as a spokesperson for the Caribbean-American community.

Sunday, 28 February 2016 19:40

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism Media Dinner

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Washington DC: Breathtaking beaches, fine cuisine, vibrant entertainment life and natural wonders, it's no surprise that more than five million people visit The Islands of The Bahamas each year!

I was honored to be invited by The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism to attend their media dinner held in Washington D.C. We gathered at the12th annual Washington D.C. Travel & Adventure Show held at the Washington Convention Center before heading to the private dinner at Ruth's Chris Steak House in North West. Big shout out to Miss Bahamas Universe and singer Khiara Sherman for rocking the crowd with her energetic performance at the Travel & Adventure! Way to represent the 242!

Over a delicious conversation, Jeannie Gibson, District Manager of Communications at Bahamas Ministry of Tourism gave us a firsthand insight into the wonderful things that are happening in Bahamas!

Here's why you should travel to The Islands of The Bahamas ASAP!

It's Easy to Get There:For all my folks in the DC and Baltimore area, look no further for a quick gateway! Traveling to The Islands of The Bahamas is easy and fast! Jet Blue Airlines is offering direct flights from Washington’s Reagan National Airport to the Lynden Pindling International Airport. The service will be offered daily until May 3. So get your tickets ASAP! Southwest Airlines also provide direct daily service to Nassau but there are also connecting flights on other airlines including Delta's one-stop service over Atlanta to Grand Bahama and three of their family Islands- Eleuthera, Exuma and Abaco! Major perks!

The Junkanoo Carnival: The Junkanoo Carnival is a premier destination event for non-stop vibes! Enjoy cultural performances, live concerts, street parades and so much more! I'm a lover of all things carnival so this is definitely my scene! The Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival season kicks off Easter Monday and ends on May 7th, 2016 with major events taking place across two islands: Grand Bahama, April 14th-16th and Nassau, May 5th-7th.

Natural Wonders:It's no secret that the islands of the Bahamas are blessed with eye catching natural beauty. Whether you're a thrill seeker or laid back explorer, Bahamas offers a wide range of adventure to fit any appetite! The Glass Window Bridge, Underwater Caves and Tongue of the Ocean are all on my bucket list!

Special thanks to The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism for a memorable evening! From the moment I arrived I was treated with nothing but hospitality at its finest! I encourage everyone to travel to The Islands of the Bahamas and experience the action for yourself! Trust me, you’ll love it! I can't wait to explore! For more information visit smiley


Happy 2016! Yes I know I’m SUPER LATE! It's February Char! I get it! LOL. No more excuses it’s time to get my Kings and Queens updated!

So here is the deal! I was approached by Fount Group to partner with Grammy nominated gospel singer and fashion entrepreneur Kierra “Kiki” Sheard for their Eleven60 Pop-up Shop Tour! The tour made stops in Atlanta, New York, Chicago and my hometown in DC where I had the pleasure of being a special guest! 

Kierra Sheard is one of the leading ladies in gospel and her new fashion line Elven60 is taking the fashion industry by storm! Elven60 provides high end fashion garments for the professional curvy woman that is chic, sexy, bold and eclectic. Kierra has often expressed how difficult it is to find “quality and high fashion trends in her size.” Not anymore! Kierra’s unique experience as a curvy fashionista has allowed her to design red carpet, a night out and boardroom ready apparel that will compliment every “body.” You go girl!

The event was a huge success! Women from all over the DMV flocked to the Pop-Up Shop at the trendy Donovan Hotel in Washington DC. Kierra is a sweet heart! Such a beautiful and humble spirt! I had blast meeting new goddesses and chatting style and empowerment! Thank you again to Kierra, the Eleven60 team and The Fount Group for having me! Check out some of my favorite pics! smiley

As a proud Caribbean American, I was honored to emcee the 10th Annual Caribbean American Political Action Committee luncheon held at the Double Tree hotel in Silver Spring, Maryland. The Caribbean American Political Action Committee (C-PAC) was founded in November 2005 to advance the political agenda of Caribbean-Americans currently residing in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. C-PAC’s mission is to be the political voice of the Metropolitan area’s vibrant and growing Caribbean-American community.The afternoon honored C-PAC's outstanding community work and featured a dynamic line-up of speakers and community leaders. Several ambassadors, political figures, doctors, lawyers and business owners were among the notable attendees.


Now let’s talk about another highlight of the afternoon! It wouldn't be a Caribbean event without fantastic food and music! The food was great and patrons danced to the sounds of Image Band! Thanks for having me C-PAC! If you are interested in learning more about C-PAC, visit  

You're invited to the best New Year's Eve celebration in Washington DC! Come ring in the New Year with me at the Embassy Suites! This is an unique event fusing three partying settings all in one!


The Magnificent VIP Ballroom hosted by Donnie Simpson!

The Magnificent Hip-Hop Ballroom hosted by Angela Simmons!

The Magnificent Caribbean Ballroom hosted by yours truly alongside Posh the Socialite and Peppy Park! 


Enjoy  top-of-the-line  DJ’s, yummy hors d’oeuvres and over 20 fully staffed bars! We can't wait to celebrate with all of you!


TICKETS: Registration & wristband pick up opens at 7PM, Party starts at 8PM This event is expected to sell out, so don’t wait to purchase your tickets! **Guests must be 21+ to attend event with valid identification**


VENUE: This event will be held at the Embassy Suites, located a few blocks north of the White House at 900 10th Street NW, Washington, DC. The hotel is easily accessible to three different Metro Stations: Metro Center (Blue, Orange or Red Line), Gallery Place (Green, Red or Yellow Lines), and Mt Vernon Sq 7th St-Convention Center (Green and Yellow Lines). In addition to valet parking at the hotel, there are numerous self-park garages nearby.Discounted hotel rooms are available for a limited time. DON’T DRINK & DRIVE, reserve your hotel room NOW!


Tuesday, 01 December 2015 01:59

EVENT RECAP: Hosting Empire Strikes Baltimore!

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What a fabulous night! I had an amazing time emceeing “Empire Strikes Baltimore,” a fundraising party to benefit University of Maryland University College’s Arts Program! Hosted by Galerie Myrtis, the night highlighted Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia artist and honor artist  those featured on Empire; Jeffrey Kent, Jamea Richmond-Edwards and Arvie Smith. If you watch Empire, you probably have seen their beautiful artwork in the background. Pretty awesome if you ask me!

Attendees enjoyed the sounds of sultry vocals of Baltimore’s Joyce Scott, who was accompanied by keyboardist Derrick Thompson. The night also included impersonators of the "Empire" cast, Larkis Webber as Lucious Lyons and Tracey Farrar as Cookie Lyons! They did a fantastic job! I had blast hanging out with you guys and meeting my fellow art lovers! If you haven't already, please check out Galerie Myrtis! The gallery is AMAZING! Founded in 2006, Galerie Myrtis is a contemporary fine art gallery which represents emerging to mid-career artists who have achieved regional, national and international acclaim. You can find everything there!  From paintings, photography, sculptures and new media art with a concentration on politically and socially engaged artwork.

Thanks for having me! Check out the pictures below.smiley

Hey guys! I have partnered with #TheFountGroup and @Eleven60 and I'm so excited to be apart of their Pop-up Shop Tour in Washington, DC on Friday just in time for the holidays! Join me and Kierra Sheard and other influencers as we Sip, Shop and give you our expert style advise! It's going to be so much fun! Hope to see you there! Don't forget to get your FREE tickets by clicking the link!

This Saturday I'm hosting the 10th Annual Caribbean‬ Political Action Committee Luncheon! C-PAC was organized and incorporated as a non-partisan political action committee to advance the political agenda of Caribbean-Americans currently residing in the Washington DC metropolitan area! Additional event details and ticket information available at



Sunday, 01 November 2015 15:37

EVENT RECAP: Fashion Saves Lives

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Happy November my loves! I can't believe the year is almost done! A few days ago, I had the pleasure of gracing the runway at the American Breast Cancer Foundation Fashion Saves Lives Fashion Show! I know it's been a while since my runway days but I never say no to charity! They don't call me "Motivational Moore" for nothing! The event raised thousands of dollars towards covering the costs of breast cancer screenings for people who are uninsured and unable to afford it. Models included breast cancer survivors, local celebrities, professional models and Baltimore city police and fireman!


Showcasing on the runway: Under Armour, Jos A Bank, Macy's White Marsh, Studio D' Maxsi, Party Dress Boutique, Christopher Schafer Clothier, Sykeo Designs and MB Design Gallery.


Special thanks to Eyes of Michael Photography for these great photos! 

Friday, 30 October 2015 22:30

Chardelle Moore Host Empire Strikes Baltimore!

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Hey guys! Come hang out with me on Halloween! I’m hosting the Empire Strikes Baltimore, a fundraising event to benefit University of Maryland University College’s Arts Program at the Galerie Myrtis in Baltimore!  The fundraiser celebrates Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia artists and to honor artists featured on Empire, the FOX television series: Jeffrey Kent, Jamea Richmond-Edwards and Arvie Smith, some of whom will be present!

Stroll down the red carpet and be greeted by impersonators of the Empire cast!  Enjoy live entertainment and off course dress to impress! Can’t wait to see you guys!

UMUC Fundraiser:Saturday, October 31, 2015, 6-9 p.m. - COST: $40
Location:Galerie Myrtis, 2224 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD