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.
Two Bucks County artists will have their work featured at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts “Trunk Show” on Sunday, March 10th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Philly Pops present ‘Lennon and McCartney’ from March 15th through 17th.
An annual event that was designed to increase interest in fashion during tough economic times will go on hiatus this year.
A non-profit who provides professional clothing and job-readiness training to women who are getting back to work is looking for volunteers.
The Hospital and Health System Association of Pennsylvania along with the Pennsylvania Department of Health have a campaign underway encouraging health care workers to get their flu shots.
For parents, the annual New Year’s Eve celebration is a great way to give the little ones the experience of ringing in the New Year without having a tired child the next day.
The 2012 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey finds two-thirds of primary care doctors in the U.S. are keeping records electronically.
Medicare was set to begin fining hospitals on Monday that have too many senior patients readmitted within 30 days. The move is part of a government effort to improve health care quality while saving taxpayers money.
Wawa is voluntarily recalling certain products that could be contaminated with salmonella from tainted mangoes.
The ingredient is called ‘resveratrol’ and it may help improve mobility and prevent falls among older adults.
Three Ocean City beaches have been closed due to a possible sewage spill.
April Nees and Swoop were brought together through the “Hounds for Heroes” program which allows veterans to adopt greyhounds free of charge.
Ronald Gregory, 24, is described as 5′ 9″ tall, 185 lbs., with tattoos on both forearms, his right hand, and right ear.
Beyonce is recognizing 19-year-old singer Timmy Kelly, who was born blind and has cerebral palsy, for his strength and determination.
Tomorrow is the first day of summer and the first day of what’s expected to be three days of temperatures above 90-degrees.