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Chandler joined the PHL17 family in 2014 learning the business and sales side of the station, she is now part of the PHL17 News team.

Chandler graduated cum laude from Saint Joseph’s University in May 2016 where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and Digital Media and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration for Entrepreneurship.

Prior to PHL17 News, Chandler began her career path at a young age. As a child, she began singing lessons which led to her first album and ultimately performing her hit song “Believe in Dreams” on stage at Carnegie Hall to a packed house at the age of 16. Her on-camera work also began in her teens, as an actress in independent films, a host for numerous charity events and on TV, including MTV.

Don’t let this local South Jersey native fool you, Chandler, who was a born in the Philippines, has traveled extensively and loves to explore the world whenever opportunity knocks.

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Recent Articles
  • How to Save More Money in 2018

    The following post is sponsored. Holiday spending and end-of-year expenses can throw anyone’s finances into a tail spin. According to JPMorgan, typical middle-income households need $4,800 in liquid savings for an emergency fund in case they experience a financial shock, like losing their job or health issues. But most Americans fall short.  The money coach, Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, gives us money saving tips to kick start the new year. First up, dump some of those unwanted subscriptions. Think music or video […]

  • Eagles Players Take To Social Media After Big Win, And We Love Them Even More Now

    The Philadelphia Eagles are headed to Super Bowl LII! After Sunday night’s big win against the Minnesota Vikings at Lincoln Financial Field, the Philadelphia Eagles have clinched the NFC Championship title and are headed to the Super Bowl for the first time since the 2004 season. Social media is now bleeding green, from dancing to crying… we have all the feels across platforms right now. First up, the Philadelphia Eagles tweeted this video of head coach Doug Pederson getting a […]

  • Singer Lisa Loeb Talks New Amazon Series and Album

    The following post is sponsored. Lisa Loeb is a touring artist, author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. The mother of two and Grammy nominee is well known to parents and kids alike for her albums, children’s books and even co-writing a children’s musical. Her latest project includes composing and performing the theme song for the Amazon Original Preschool Series, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. Lisa as a mom, you must love being involved in this project. What do your kids think of […]

  • The Top Holiday Trends This Season

    The following post is sponsored. It’s the most wonderful time of the year and trend expert Justine Santaniello is here to share the hottest trends in gifting and entertainment this holiday season. Welcome, Justine! So lets start with gifts, if you’re still looking for the best gifts for people check out eBay. That’s where you want to be shopping because they have something for everybody from the hard to find items, name brand items, new stuff so here you can […]

  • The Greatest Gifts in the Galaxy for Star Wars Fans

    The following post is sponsored. In 1977, the biggest film franchise of all time was born and it decimated box office records. Forty years later, the galactic empire has expanded to include books, TV series, video games, comics, action figures, LEGO’s, board games and more. In celebration of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the newest movie in the film franchise, Andi Gutierrez, co-host of “The Star Wars Show,” has the hottest new Star Wars themed gifts for this holiday season. […]

  • Last-Minute Holiday Gift Countdown

    The following post is sponsored. Happy Jolly Holidays! To help you wrap up the year and look like you saved the best for last, Emmy award winning consumer technology journalist, Jennifer Jolly, has the best last-minute holiday countdown gift ideas… A list so great it’s in two parts! PART ONE: Give or get the world’s most powerful play with Xbox One X. Edible Arrangements helps you spread delicious holiday cheer. Samsung Gear 360 a 360-degree camera to capture everything all at […]

  • How A New App Can Help Stop America’s Silent Killer

    The following post is sponsored. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, adverse drug reactions now tie with stroke as the 4th leading cause of death. Pharmacist Robert Baker joins us to discuss what some are calling, America’s silent killer and how his newest invention could help save lives. Welcome Robert. As a pharmacist what made you decided to come up with the MyRxProfile app? “Well I’ve been a pharmacist for 30 years in New York. I have had […]

  • Fresh Start Solutions for 2018

    The following post is sponsored. The new year is here and each new year brings the hope of new opportunities for positive change. Lifestyle expert Emily Kaufman has some ideas to get a fresh start with a brand new year. “I’ve got three suggestions for the new year. After the holidays, finances are on everyone’s mind, especially if you were overly generous with your credit card purchases. So if you’re looking to get your finances in order in the new […]

  • New Energy Policy has Potential to Create Millions of New Jobs

    The following post is sponsored. Natural gas and oil touches virtually every facet of our life, from heating our homes and fueling transportation to life-saving medical devices and cosmetics at the drug store. A new report outlines how energy policies could be creating millions of new American jobs over the next ten years. President of the American Petroleum Institute, Jack Gerard, shares some of the highlights of the report and what impact they could have. What did the new State […]

  • A Small Change Can Make a Big Impact on Your Health

    The following post is sponsored. Registered dietitian Annessa Chumbley believes it’s easy to make a big impact by making one small change when it comes to food. Annessa explains what we can eat more of, healthy habits we can get into, and recipes we should use. “One thing everyone should do is prep a protein at the beginning of the week and pair it with plants throughout the week,” Annessa says. “You’ve got motivation right there on your side. It […]