Monique R. Ross Ph.D. was born and raised in St Louis, Missouri, where she is currently residing with her two boys, Jeremiah, who is 22 and Daniel, who is 14, and their four-year-old black Labrador Retriever, Juelz. In addition, Monique is currently expecting a daughter (May 2022) with her partner.
When she is not out promoting her book series, The Miseducation of Monique Ross, or speaking at women empowerment seminars, Monique spends her time at home and loves taking Juelz on long walks in nature. Monique’s son, Jeremiah, is an entrepreneur who loves music, basketball and video games. Her younger son, Daniel, is finishing up his 8th grade year and is passionate about Math and Science. He plays football and basketball and, like his brother, loves music and video games.
Monique is also a philanthropist, working to uplift and empower women. She teaches part-time at various colleges and universities on a variety of subjects. A veteran human resource professional by trade and a certified life coach, she is the owner of MRC Consulting Services, a human resources constant service that caters to small businesses and individuals. She is also the founder of The Glass Ceiling, a non-profit organisation that works to empower women after divorce, loss of spouse or significant other, partnering with other professional women to ensure a seamless transition back into the workforce, assisting with interview techniques, resume' writing and critiquing, dress for success, and job readiness.
Last, but not the least, by night, Dr Ross is your favourite Dr Bae and host of Pure Phuckery, The Podcast. A raw, uncut, unfiltered, and unscripted podcast about the bullshit and phuckery of this crazy, beautiful thing called life.
The Miseducation of Monique Ross
The Miseducation of Monique Ross, like Ms. Lauryn Hill’s debut album, is a love story: unapologetically in a league of its own with no other author ever utilizing its concept. Each chapter in the book is named after a track from the album. Monique likes to think if Lauryn Hill’s album were a boo...