Chardelle Moore

Chardelle Moore

Chardelle Moore is a multitalented television personality, producer, award winning motivational speaker, humanitarian and model.

Check out my published article with Junior Reid in MNI Alive, a global marketing, networking,  information  resource aimed at connecting Caribbean people in the Diaspora.  Check out the link http://www.mnialive.com/global-connect/usa/2594-chardelle-moore-s-celebrity-spotlight-with-reggae-artiste-junior-reid.html

I am so excited to announce that I will  the host for 2012 Miss Caribbean Metro USA Pageant! I can honestly tell you from personal experience winning Miss Caribbean Metro USA launched my entertainment career. I would not be the woman that I am today if I did not compete in this pageant. The funny thing is that I never competed in a pageant before. I always wanted too but they are so expensive. When you are attending private university, I had to calculate where every penny was going! However, if you are chosen to be a contestant in the Miss Caribbean Metro USA Pageant, your entire process is sponsored! So there I was, 21 years old, ready to chase my dreams, and represent my homeland Dominica. I used to drive almost an hour to go to practice. I was the only girl coming from Virginia and had full time job as a summer school teacher, college student, and a community leader. Even with a busy schedule I was laser focused! I was usually an hour early and the first girl at practice. Every chance I got, I was determined to master my craft! I used the grocery stores as my runway, I  practicing my talent to everyone who wanted to hear even random strangers, and I was always alert at practice, and I stayed true to myself :)  The point is I did not take this opportunity for granted because I knew this would be one in a lifetime experience.  After I won the pageant my life changed. I was determined to educate others about my rich Caribbean culture.  Naturally a go getter, I made several appearances every month.  I was in my community empowering the youth, visiting schools, attending high profile events, media appearances, hosting events; you name it I was there!  No one had to tell me what to do. I just went out there and ran! When God gives you an opportunity, do not take it for granted! Give it 100% and go fly! Let nothing stop you from your dreams and continue to soar! For all my 2012 contestants, I wish you the best. I can’t wait to see who will capture the crown this year but remember as long as you give it your 100% you are all winners. See you  July 28th! 

-       Chardelle Moore Miss Caribbean Metro USA 2009

Check out my interview on  "Celebrity Health Talk" with Fatmata Koroma on SLBC 1030pm Salone Time and 630pm USA time on www.africanradiosalone.com and www.slfuntvsalone.com

Monday, 25 June 2012 17:13

MEET CHARDELLE MOORE!

 

Chardelle Moore popularly known as “Motivational Moore” is a multifaceted award-winning television anchor, international speaker, creative director and model!

 

Hailing from Grand Bay Dominica, the nature island of the Caribbean and raised in the greater Washington D.C. area, Chardelle has a unique gift of motivating people. A multitalented entertainer, Chardelle uses her platform to entertain and empower while impacting thousands in the process!

 

Currently, Chardelle is a television reporter, host and producer at FOX Baltimore. Additionally, she anchors BMORE Lifestyle, a daily lifestyle and entertainment  show geared towards empowering women and is the official host for the CW Baltimore!

 

With a true connection to her viewers and followers, Chardelle has worked with major media giants including VH1, MTV, Verizon, HGTV and OWN Network. She’s also starred in television commercials and hosted lifestyle segments for iconic brands such as Colgate, Chevrolet, The Home Depot, Shoppers, Etsy, McDonald's and Kaiser Permanente to name a few!  A national cover model, she is a former Miss Caribbean Metro USA where she served as a spokesperson for the Caribbean American community.

 

Chardelle has been captivating audiences since she was 7 years old. She got her on-camera start as her elementary school’s morning news anchor and later hosted a local children television show. After college, Chardelle began her career at BET and worked her way up through DC’s media market. Serving as a host on the CW Washington and anchor at KALI TV. She also spent some time at CBS Radio.

 

Outside of her work on-air, Chardelle tours the US and internationally as a highly sought after motivational speaker and spoken word artist! Blending inspirational speaking and performing arts to motivate audiences to unleash their gifts and become the best versions of themselves. From the White House, universities, conferences to countless community events. Taking her brand to new heights, she recently launched her signature public speaking workshops where she coaches businesses and entrepreneurs to command any stage with power and confidence!

 

Chardelle has received several awards for her professional and community work. Most recently, she was the recipient of the “2018 Humanitarian Award” presented by talk show host Tyra Hill.

 

Chardelle holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Public Relations from Marymount University. During her time at the university, she held several leadership positions including co-founding the African Caribbean Student Association and a proud charter member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated. Chardelle was also the Cultural Arts and Lecture Chair where she hosted a live campus show. 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.

 

A glow of positive energy and inspiration to others, this is only the beginning for versatile creative. Stay tuned…there's much more to come!

 

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Friday, 22 June 2012 16:18

Modeling Portfolio

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“You must believe in yourself in everything! Life is everything. Don’t make materialism life.” - Junior Reid.

Recently I sat with Junior Reid after he brought a positive vibrations performance at the JAMAICA ME CRAZY event held at the Crossroads Night Club. Junior Reid is a humble individual who continues to uplift reggae music and life!

Reid began his career at the age of 13 and still continues to perform and produce. Born in the heart Of Tower Hill in Kingston, Jamaica, music became his outlet of expression. Inspired by the “Most High”, he channeled his lyrics to express the voice of the people.

“My inspiration always comes from the Most High and the people. By the people, what they go through, what they say, struggles, everything!” said Junior Reid.

In 2006, his international hit “One Blood” signified him as a cross over Reggae artiste, merging the worlds of reggae and hip hop and creating a global sensation.

His eclectic background includes working with artistes from Lil Wayne, Mims, Fat Joe, and even Alicia Keys.

“Some of the challenges that faces reggae music today is the politics, the money, and pressures the artiste face,” said Junior Reid.

Like many reggae artistes, Reid practices the Rastafarian way of life. He wears head wraps as a symbolization of his African heritage.

“You must always uphold your roots. If you don’t know where you are from, you don’t know where you are going” said Reid.

The gifted musician is also a producer. Reid has his own production company called JR Productions. He has produced for artistes like Dennis Brown and Gregory Isaacs. Now Reid is focused on working with his children who continue to uphold the family legacy.

“I have 5 sons in the industry, as well as my daughter. My son is also an engineer and producer. I am working with other artistes as well," said Reid.

One thing is for sure, Junior Reid is a man of sprit and wisdom. Even with the pressures of today, he continues to remain true to himself.

“You must believe in yourself in everything! Life is everything. Don’t make materialism life. Money can’t buy life. If that was the case Princess Diana would still be here today along with Michael Jackson.

Love this event! DC Hot Spots Coverage of D.C.’s exclusive charity and tasting event, The Blue Jeans Ball. Pull out your best pair of jeans and join the Capital Area Food Bank to sample D.C.’s finest cuisine, dance to live entertainment and participate in a silent and live auction. Recognized as one of the area’s top charitable events, the dress code is all about comfort – and a good cause! 

NEWS & UPDATES: Chardelle Moore to host the 2nd Annual “International Model of The Year Competition" Check out the link http://dmvinternationalmodel.blogspot.com/p/news-updates.html?spref=fb

What a blessings! I landed my very first magazine cover The Indie Journ! The magazine is geared to independent artistry and fresh new talent who are making moves in the industry! I truly thank God for this amazing opportunity. PLEASE READ:  http://www.theindiejourn.com/Chardelle-Moore-Interview.html