About Monique Danielle 'The Caregiver'

Fearless, Trailblazer, Ambitious, Courageous and Dedicated are words that you can use to describe Monique Danielle ‘The Caregiver’. She has been a lifelong caregiver.

During her first semester of graduate school at Montclair State University, her mom had a stroke, her dad asked if she would come back home.  She answered the call and never looked back.  When her dad went into renal failure, she donated her kidney through the Johns Hopkins Incompatible Kidney Transplant Program on May 19, 2009.  After meeting ‘Wes’ The West Nile Virus, her dad’s two heart attacks and then the amputation of both his legs, Monique now takes care of him full-time.

Monique Danielle is a graduate of Shaw University with a degree in Mass Communications.  She is a Real Estate Agent licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia (DMV).  Her real estate license is currently on hold while she cares for her father full-time.

She is a Life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated and the Shaw University Alumni Association and also volunteers as an Ambassador with the Washington Regional Transplant Community.


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