She came to Baltimore from Texas, where she spent several years working as a reporter before being promoted to the Morning Anchor at KTSM, the NBC affiliate in El Paso. Prior to moving to Texas, Monique worked as an Associate Producer for KTVK, the independent station in her home town of Phoenix, Ariz.
While at KTVK, she graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, with a bachelor’s in Journalism & Mass Communication. Monique also gained hands-on experience by interning at the ABC and NBC affiliates in Phoenix.
Shortly after graduating ASU in 2006 she left to pursue her dream of becoming a reporter. It was a goal she’s had since she was very young and although she knew it would force her to leave her family and hometown, she was willing to do it. After spending most of her time in the Southwest, her journey has finally brought her to the East Coast. Although she grew up enjoying a dry heat, she’s getting used to the humidity and doesn’t miss 100 plus degree weather.
In her spare time Monique enjoys being outdoors, exercising, playing with her dog Rocco and of course exploring everything Baltimore has to offer.
She lives in the city and enjoys the hustle and bustle of city life.
You can contact Monique at email@example.com.
More than 1,000 jobs are heading to Charm City after Amazon announces it’s building a new fulfillment center in the Port of Baltimore.
Actors from two hit shows shot right here in Baltimore team up with local students for a gardening session.
Major traffic delays could be coming to downtown. This week a monthlong closure begins on Russell Street, the main artery into the city from 295.
Plans for a new Wal-Mart store at 25th Street in Remington move another step closer to becoming reality.
The mayor and other city leaders honor a longtime employee killed earlier this year in a tragic crash in front of City Hall.
A major arrest by Maryland State Police. One man is accused in at least 17 armed robberies in Baltimore and Harford counties.
With concussions and sports-related head injuries in news, US Lacrosse–based here in Baltimore–is taking a major step to put safety first in youth sports.
The National Aquarium in Baltimore is welcoming some new animals after their D.C. home closed its doors for good due to renovations.
Loved ones lay to rest a woman killed last week in a fiery crash involving police. Family members say they still have a lot of questions for police.
A school bus filled with children lands on its side, in a ditch. It happened Friday morning. Six people were injured.
Surveillance video helps Anne Arundel County police arrest a suspect linked to numerous smash and grab robberies at local businesses.
Thanks to the government shutdown, tourism in Washington, D.C. is taking a big hit. National parks and museums remain closed.