Friday, September 2, 2016

Long Story Short: Monique Berry (VP-Finance)

Monique Berry is our National BDPA VP-Finance. She has been a member of the BDPA Philadelphia Chapter since 2003. She finished her 2-year term as National BDPA president in 2013.  

Anyone that knows Monique is aware of her passion for BDPA. Monique is a committed community advocate serving on the boards of community organizations, family and children's services, and faith based community ministries. She's been a volunteer elementary school instructor for Junior Achievement and a computer instructor for Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia. Monique is a member of several professional and civic organizations, including the American Society for Training & Development, Project Management Institute, Network of Women in Computer Technology, Society for Human Resource Management and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Monique Berry
This blog wanted to get a more personal look into the personality of this rising BDPA leader. We asked Monique to give brief answers to some odd questions. We hope you enjoy this new feature that we simply call, 'Long Story Short...'

  1. Craziest thing you've ever done? Hang out with George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic
  3. Favorite food you'd take with you on a desert island? Hot sauce
  5. Least favorite chore? Laundry
  7. Simple things that make you happiest? Cooking for my family
  9. Who You'd Like to Meet ? Alive: Warren Buffet, Barack Obama, Oprah and Jeff Bezos. Dead: Jesus, Harriett Tubman, Madame CJ Walker, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Ghandi and Huey Newton
Monique is an interesting person ... but, you gotta have faith in desert island food to simply bring some hot sauce!

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