Before joining the WTVD team, she reported for WCPO, ABC's Cincinnati affiliate as a corps member of the Report for America program for two years.
In her role, Monique covered developments surrounding gentrification in the Cincinnati area. Before WCPO, she was a freelance reporter/MMJ for News 12 Westchester in Yonkers, New York.
The New York native also worked as a foreign correspondent in Liberia, West Africa, and spent time as a writer and video editor throughout her career.
Monique is a 2019 recipient of a Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grant to produce coverage on the aftermath of a sexual abuse scandal in Liberia.
She received her Bachelor's degree from Fordham University.
Legendary bike giveaway in Fayetteville revived with new leadership
A family friend says she's stepping up to carry on the legacy of the Bicycle Man by reigniting the program in Fayetteville.
Families worried after learning home for NC veterans in Fayetteville is closing
NC State Veterans Home is building a new one in Fayetteville but it won't be completed for at least 2 years.
Fort Liberty holds Family of the Year, Tree Lighting ceremonies
Fort Liberty kicked off its holiday festivities with its Family of the Year ceremony and its Christmas Tree Lighting event on Thursday.
Fayetteville officer facing charges that include not doing her job; Arrested by own department
Chief Kemberle Braden said one of the department's police officers faces several charges including obstruction of justice
'We want justice': Shooting victim's family speaks as officer involved is put on leave
The Fayetteville police department held a press conference Friday addressing the fatal officer-involved shooting on Murchison Road that happened on Thanksgiving.
Operation Turkey hands out thousands of meals in Fayetteville
This is Operation Turkey's eighth year in Fayetteville and they've gotten Thanksgiving off to a great start.
40-year-old man killed in Fayetteville shooting, neighbors in disbelief: 'It's a nightmare'
A neighbor said the area is usually quiet and peaceful with mostly young families, veterans and retirees.
Cumberland County Schools host powwow for Native American Heritage Month
Thousands of Cumberland County students were brought together Thursday for a massive powwow in honor of Native American Heritage Month.
As dry days continue, warning issued for heightened risk of fires
The elevated fire risk is due to drought conditions in many parts of the state.
State-of-the-art swift water training facility for emergency responders opens in Fayetteville
This is the only swift water rescue training facility on the entire East Coast.