Monique currently works as the Managing Director for the Center for Art and Public Exchange. (CAPE) is a Kellogg funded initiative that uses artwork, exhibitions and programming as a vehicle to have conversations about race and equity. Monique is responsible for developing programming that expands visitor’s perspectives and inspires new understanding. Monique is deeply committed to the belief that art has the power to transform and inform us. Monique is a CPA, and a graduate of Howard University.
Prior to her tenure at the Museum, Monique served as the Senior Program Manager for Parents for Public Schools of Jackson. Her primary responsibility was to teach parents how to be effective advocates for their children. This was accomplished by creating workshops that helped parents navigate bureaucratic systems.
Monique also serves on the boards of these organizations: Alternate ROOTS (Executive Committee Board Chair), Visit Jackson (Board Treasurer), United States Department of Arts and Culture (Cultural Agent for Mississippi), and Coleman center for the Arts (At-Large Member).