Monica joined the PRISM Health team in April 2013 and in her time with the team has supported several efforts. She is currently the project manager for CAMP (Coalition for Applied Modeling for Prevention), a CDC-funded modeling project as well as iSTAMP, a CDC-funded HIV testing project reaching black and latino MSM and trans women. Before joining the PRISM team, Monica worked for The Carter Center where she spent 6 months in South Sudan as a Technical Advisor to the Trachoma Control Initiative. She also worked for CARE, supporting multi-country infectious disease projects in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and South America. Prior to that, Monica managed Georgia’s state-allocated vaccine supply and the federal Vaccines for Children Program. Monica started her public health career in Chuuk, Micronesia as a Peace Corps as a Public Health Volunteer, where she spent 3 years strengthening preventative health efforts. In the Fall of 2020, Monica returned to school for her Doctorate in Public Health through the University of South Florida. Because of this, she has no hobbies or pasttimes to describe.