She has an extensive background in both television and radio. She comes to KYW Newsradio 1060 from WHYY-TV’s ”Delaware Tonight” program, where she was a part-time reporter. Before that, Suzanne worked as an anchor and reporter for WHYY-FM and Temple University’s radio station, WRTI-FM. She also served as a news intern at WPHL-TV’s, “WB17 News at 10.”
Monaghan received a bachelor of arts degree in journalism and public relations from Temple University. She worked as director of sales and marketing for a well-known local health services company, and at one time had her own corporate event management company.
But since childhood, Monaghan had wanted a career in broadcast journalism, so in 2001 she decided to make a career change. She returned to Temple University for a master’s degree in journalism and graduated in 2003 (with a 4.0 average) and received Temple’s “Top Scholar” award.
Monaghan is comfortable in a variety of reporting situations. She loves covering breaking news, but also enjoys producing creative pieces. She says she has never regretted her decision to enter this field, and considers working as an anchor and reporter an honor and a responsibility.
In her spare time Suzanne enjoys travel, music, and exercise. Suzanne is a lifelong resident of Delaware County, where she lives with her husband and her twin daughters.
The drop in U.S. savings bond sales has a lot to do with the drop in interest rates.
Philadelphia City Council is considering a bill that would give protections to new mothers in Philadelphia who pump breast milk after returning to work.
Now through November 30th, The Philadelphia Museum of Art will showcase some 80s Patrick Kelly designs in a retrospective called “Runway of Love.”
Some Temple University students are helping a Bucks County charity “piece” together a fundraiser to raise money for autism.
Sjogren’s the second most prevalent autoimmune disorder in the U.S.
The Bethel Township police department wants officers to be able to administer a drug that can help prevent drug overdose deaths.
Get a first-hand look at more than 500 years of artistic achievements from Korea when The Philadelphia Museum of Art presents “Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392 to 1910.”
We’ve lost an hour, but we are gaining that evening daylight. It’s a welcome trade-off for many people who have had enough of this cold, snowy and gloomy winter.
Rock salt, shovels, snow blowers, eating out, pet boarding, hotel stays, generators and tree removal are just some of the unexpected expenses people are finding themselves faced with this winter.
Given this severe cold, maybe it’s time to splurge on a cashmere Burberry sweater, a posh puffer jacket with a fur collar, or perhaps a luxury herringbone trench coat…not for yourself, but for your dog.
Bitter cold, snow and ice mean an increase in car crashes, falls, back injuries and occasionally heart attack from shoveling.
Philadelphia-based psychologist Dr. Melissa Brand encourages parents to plan ahead, stock up on supplies, and structure the day.
At MummerFest, fans can see the Fancy Brigades practice and can get a look at some of the costumes, props and floats.
The cases of head lice rise significantly this time of year because of all the togetherness, vacations and sleepovers. But there are steps parents can take to help prevent the bugs from taking up residence in a child’s head.
Broadway Philadelphia presents “We Will Rock You” from January 14th through the 19th at the Academy of Music.