Chanel Broadus is an alumnus of the Master of Science in Higher Education Administration program at Drexel University. She possesses a Bachelor of Science degree in Legal Studies from Saint Joseph’s University. Ms. Broadus has over ten years of professional experience of administration in higher education, the legal profession, information technology, and human resources. During her tenure at Community College of Philadelphia, Ms. Broadus was crucial to the training and professional development of both paid and faculty advisors, and she devised an advising departmental manual that was used by all of the College’s campuses. Additionally, Ms. Broadus was a member of the Joint Curriculum Advising Committee, the Paralegal Advisory Board, the Student Appeals Committee, the Judicial Hearing Committee, and served as a Student Appeals Advisor.
Prior to her employment at the Community College of Philadelphia, Ms. Broadus interned, volunteered, and was employed in the legal and civics education sector. She has been affiliated with organizations such as Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, LEAP-Kids, The Pennsylvania Coalition for Representative Democracy (PennCORD), the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network, We The People, the National Constitution Center, and the Pennsylvania Council for the Social Studies (PCSS). In 2009 she was named one of the 101 most top connected people in Philadelphia, by Leadership Philadelphia. She is also a certified mediator.