Monique S. Robinson received a B.A from Wilberforce University; Psychology, M. Ed from Concordia University-Portland; Educational Leadership, and Ed.S from Northcentral University; Educational Leadership. While teaching some of the most memorable projects done by her scholars include the Living Wax Museum, Flat Stanley goes to college to an HBCU, and implementing the Performing Arts in lesson delivery. In addition, in 2009 she was honored with the Teacher of the Year award for Imagine Schools, district, and region for her contributions to education.
M. Robinson is the founder of A Better Chance for Youth Futures Inc., an organization that promotes Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Consulting for scholars to prepare them for college. M. Robinson is currently hosting a weekly podcast, a motivational speaker, a children’s book author, and provides workshops for parents to understand the process of sending their scholar to school debt – free.
A Better Chance for Youth television show is dedicated to celebrating our youth’s accomplishments across the country. The host Monique Robinson is the founder of A Better Chance for Youth Futures Inc., an organization that’s dedicated to exposing, educating, and providing resources to attend our nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities debt- free. We must let our young people know we are here to root for their success by showcasing their amazing achievements.