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Ronica Cleary

@ChasingRonica @ChasingRonica
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Ronica Cleary joined the "Chasing New Jersey" family in 2012 and loves to chase stories related to crime, politics, and wellness.

Her investigations have taken her into New Jersey's most dangerous cities where she isn't afraid to go to the heart of the action.

Before joining CNJ, Ronica worked as the Associate Director of Development at the LeBow College of Business at Drexel University. She is also the president of Ronica LLC, a communications consulting and professional speaking company. She offers training in executive coaching, interviewing, applications and communication styles to make a positive, lasting impression.

She has addressed over 25,000 people across the country speaking on variety of topics and issues.

In 2005, Ronica held the title of Miss Philadelphia. She has since judged many pageants for the Miss America Organization including Miss Mississippi, Miss Utah and Miss Maryland.

Ronica enjoys fitness & travel and is an active member of the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Ronica graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Science in Public Communication from Drexel University.

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