Registration is now open: AIDS Walk & Run Baltimore is scheduled for Sunday, May 7, 2017.
Meet our Emcee!
Chardelle Moore is a host, reporter and producer at FOX45 Baltimore. Known for her vibrant personality and her gift to connect with people from all walks of life, you can catch her hosting lifestyle segments on FOX45, The CW Baltimore and anchoring the evening traffic reports on FOX45 News Monday- Friday! Additionally, she hosts the new hit television show BMORE Lifestyle! Together with co-host Christina Denny, the dynamic duo serves audiences a daily dose of the very best Baltimore and its surroundings has to offer! Covering hot topics, health, fashion trends, food, entertainment and everything in between!
Chardelle began her television career as a production assistant at BET in Washington D.C. After paying her dues behind the scenes, she got her on-camera start hosting for a digital music network. Shortly after, she landed a television hosting gig on The CW affiliate in Washington DC. Chardelle reported on DC's diverse and vibrant arts and entertainment scene and interviewed some of Hollywood’s biggest names! She was also a host and anchor at 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 has starred in television commercials for major consumer brands and companies including: Colgate, Chevrolet, The Home Depot, Shoppers, Kaiser Permanente and more!
In addition to her television career, Chardelle is an award winning motivational speaker! Nicknamed, “Motivational Moore,” Chardelle brings her infectious energy to each person in the audience. She travels all over the country and internationally using her gift to empower others!
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.
She 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 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.
From AIDS Walk & Run Baltimore Ambassador Tommie Ross:
The reason I wanted to be a part of the AIDS Walk & Run Baltimore was quite simple. I have been an entertainer for over 36 years and I had come to fear the word AIDS.
Back in the early 1980s, when this strange acronym came on the scene, it was just a whisper amongst the LGBT community. It eventually grew into a horrible scream that wouldn’t go away...it seemed to be everywhere. I watched friends, peers and people I didn’t know—too many people to mention—disappear at the hands of this disease with the strange name, AIDS. At one point I was afraid to even ask about friends’ status, because there was a fear of what the reply might have been.
When my best friend, who happens to live in the Maryland area, told me that Chase Brexton Health Care was sponsoring this event, I was completely in. I wanted to be a part of this worthy cause, and it was a no-brainer for me. It’s my tribute to all my sisters, brothers and even friends who I didn’t have the opportunity to meet. I speak their names in hope that we are a couple of steps closer to erasing the word “AIDS” from our vocabulary. I am proud to be a part of AIDS Walk & Run Baltimore.