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What I do
The epitome of a Serial Entrepreneur.
In this world, job security does not exist. Therefore, multiple streams of income ARE necessary! I teach people how to how to effectively earn extra money to either protect or replace their current income.
“I am fully capable of creating everything that I visualize.”
Web Design | Social Media Marketing | Content Creation | Brand Building
Looking for help in any of the above areas? Contact me today!
With the lack of financial literacy in communities and the retirement crisis becoming so prevalent, it is my mission to help families learn the rules of the money game, and to be prepared for the worst.
“Monique is passionate and detailed with her work. With her social media experience, she is able to market your brand and capture the audiences attention. I’m so grateful for her vision to want to help recognize and promote entrepreneurs! Thanks to her, PROEXIST has increased in sales!”
Lorraine Aceves (@proexist)
Born and raised in the Bay Area, Monique has made it her mission to help others create businesses, residual income and to inspire others to dream freely.
She knew that she wanted to help others, but creating a career out of that just didn’t seem logical. So she went with her second love — Entertainment. In 2010, she landed a job at Clear Channel Communications, now known as iHeartMedia Inc., working for over 20 radio stations in San Francisco, Seattle, New York, and Atlanta. During her 5+ years there she wore several hats, spending her days doing Social Media Marketing, Promotions, Voice-Overs (Commercials), Blogging, Digital Analytics, and much more. As a result of hard work and amazing results, she also landed positions at VH1, MTV, and MTV2. But even with an impressive resume, it still wasn’t enough for financial stability.
That’s when she decided to take a leap of faith. After quitting her job in 2016, Monique made a promise to herself to build for her last name even harder than she worked for years helping to build for companies she would never own. In that same breath, she vowed to help others do the same. “For years, I wanted to work in the entertainment industry,” she admits. “For a while I lived and breathed everything entertainment. But it took me working my dream job, to realize that…”