A bold leader known for innovative approaches to pervasive problems, Monique R. Fletcher has over 20 years of experience working with non-profit organizations, communities and families to address conditions that exist as a result of poverty and oppression. Monique provides training and technical assistance to help build organizational cultures that develop and strengthen systems in order to support diversity, equity and inclusion in communities and schools. While leading and supporting the development of city-wide community schools in Syracuse, NY, she worked closely with
all stakeholders to ensure the co-creation of responsive structures that reflect the change the community envisioned.
As an Adjunct Professor at Syracuse University Falk College School of Social Work, Monique has taught graduate courses in Social Welfare Policy, Human Diversity and is currently teaching LGBTQ Health and Well-being. A graduate of Syracuse University and the University of Missouri, Monique has an MSW from the School of Social Work at Falk College in Syracuse. NY with a concentration on community organization, policy,
planning and administration. She is originally from a small town in the Midwest, Quincy, Illinois, and currently resides in Atlanta, GA. She loves to be active, listen to music, and believes in listening, learning and changing.