Founder/ Executive Director
Tamara Monroe is a happily married mother of five children. She currently holds an AABA degree and a BSCJ with a concentration in Forensic Science degree. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Psychology Degree at Northcentral University.
Her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family and attend Church. Some of her hobbies include reading, singing and dancing with her children.
A native of Washington DC, Aurelia Vallieres is the Senior Accounts Payable Manager at Community Associations Institute in Northern Virginia. She has over 20 years of expertise in accounting and holds a CAPP Certification, (Certified Accounts Payable Professional). Aurelia is a Notary Public for the Commonwealth At Large as well as a realtor in the state of Maryland. Aurelia has 3 daughters and 13 grandchildren and enjoys modeling trains, and collecting “I Love Lucy” paraphernalia.
Carla Reynolds is currently the chair of fundraising for the Monroe Foundation, and has held this position since the organization's inception in 2009. She is an advocate for young women and children.She is a Certified Program Specialist for Special Education Children. She has also volunteered work for a Women’s Place and NJ Blind Children’s Society in Trenton, NJ,& Easter Seals. She currently works as a professional model working out of NYC & Philadelphia.
Lolita Graham Johnson earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in criminal justice from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She has volunteered with the Girls Scouts of America and traveled abroad as a mentor with a youth organization. She joined the Board of Directors of The Monroe Foundation for Autism in 2012 and continues to be an active community service volunteer. Lolita resides in Delaware with her husband and two children.
Jazmin Johnson received a Bachelor of Science Degree in psychology with a minor in speech pathology from Howard University. She earned the Gold Award from the Girls Scouts of America in 2008 and continued to volunteered throughout her collegiate years. She currently is employed as a youth family specialist where she advocates for at risk youth. Jazmin joined the Board of Directors of The Monroe Foundation for Autism in 2012.
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