Chrislene's unique voice began to blossom when she was just a small child. Growing up she discovered her ability to sing and talk in different voices. As a result, she received a karaoke machine from her mother as a Christmas gift one year and immediately began recording audio plays and musicals. Chrislene would spend hours singing and voicing various characters on the karaoke, perfecting her talent.
In her early teens, people began to compliment on her mature and distinct voice. When it was time to think about college, and what to major in, she decided being a news anchor would be cool since she already had the voice. Chrislene studied Broadcast Journalism at the University of Maryland. She became an award winning Journalist after placing first in the Society of Professional Journalist's Region 2 Mark of Excellence Awards, for her radio feature, "Gamer Symphony Orchestra". After receiving her degree, she moved on to CBS Radio in DC where she voiced several commercials for all of their stations and reported the news Friday mornings for the Morning Show on WPGC 95.5 FM.
When she's not spending time with friends and family, Chrislene is in her studio voicing anything from political ads to animal noises for children's toys. Chrislene loves bringing words to life with her voice.