Monique Whittington Davis is a wife, mother, and educator. Monique has been married to her husband Dereck for over 20 years and they have two beautiful children, Dereck Jr., 20, and Nyla, 14.Monique is in her 28th year as an educator and currently serves as the Regional Assistant Superintendent in Anne Arundel County Public Schools located in Maryland.
Monique earned an Ed.D. in Educational Administration and Policy Studies from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., earned a master’s degree in Elementary Education from Bowie State University, and completed undergraduate studies in Mass Communication at Hampton University in Virginia. While at Hampton University, Monique became a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
She started her career in education as a teacher at Thomas G. Pullen Creative and Performing Arts School, and then served as academic coordinator at Kettering Middle School and assistant principal at Glenarden Woods and Robert R. Gray elementary schools. Monique was appointed to her first principalship at Henry G. Ferguson Elementary in 2003, which merged with Eugene Burroughs Middle School in 2009 to become Accokeek Academy. In 2010, she transitioned to Anne Arundel County Public Schools where she served as the Regional Assistant Superintendent until August of 2013. Monique re-united with Prince George's County Public Schools to serve as the Deputy Superintendent of Schools from August, 2013 - June, 2018.