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.
During the city’s Fourth of July celebrations, a handful of police officers will have miniature cameras attached to their glasses, hat, or collar.
18-year-old Koshion Thomas and 23-year-old Joshua Jenkins, both of Bristol, Bucks County, are charged with with sexually assaulting a teenage girl in Ocean City, New Jersey.
There were some tense moments for Cheyney University students on Thursday morning after a student made threats against the school through social media.
Visitors to the site didn’t see pictures of sodas and sandwiches. Instead, those images were replaced with a cartoon of Adolf Hitler and the name of the group claiming responsibility.
A Delaware County woman has won the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation’s “Best Mom on Wheels” nationwide contest.
Ever wanted to find out what fellow riders think of SEPTA? Now’s youre chance. And you can share your experiences as well, as part of their “I SEPTA Philly” campaign.
Legal action by the American Civil Liberties Union has delayed New Jersey’s new driver’s license requirements.
The United States Supreme Court begins three days of arguments on whether to kill or keep President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law. But it may be too soon for the court to make that decision.
Athletes and students joined together today at the University of Pennsylvania for the 5th Annual Pride Games. The goal is to increase acceptance of the LGBT community in sports.
Commuters can expect delays of about 15 minutes on all SEPTA regional rail lines throughout Friday night’s evening rush.
Nearly 200 teen girls from the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia got prom dresses Thursday–for FREE.
On this President’s Day, the National Constitution Center has several events planned to entertain and educate.
Following a private viewing at Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, Archbishop Charles Chaput will receive Bevilacqua’s body at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul at 5:30.
Timekeepers in Geneva, Switzerland have met to consider getting rid of the 40-year-old practice that keeps the world’s atomic clocks synchronized with the Earth’s rotation.
For now it’s optional, but eventually all member profiles will change to a “timeline” format, similar to a digital scrapbook.