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Monique Lewis

Monique is a forever point guard that contributed to three Maryland 4A Girls Basketball State Championships at Suitland High School in Prince George’s County. Monique earned a NCAA Division I scholarship to Coppin State University, a Historically Black institution (HBCU) in Baltimore, Maryland. During her time with the Eagles, Monique received a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Commissioner's All-Academic Award in 2002-2003; was named Unsung Hero for her 2003-2004 team; and was tri-captain on the 2004-2005 MEAC Championship squad that made the school’s first NCAA tournament appearance. Monique graduated with a B.S. in Management Science. 


Following accomplishments as a scholar athlete, Monique gained skills in event management, sales and marketing, sports-based youth development, and fundraising through experiences with private, public, and nonprofit organizations. She has served in various roles from coaching and teaching, business development, and community engagement both domestically and internationally.


Danielle Evans

Danielle is an international educator dedicated to fostering student achievement in the classroom and through athletics.  She is influential as a mentor for aspiring teachers and an innovative facilitator of community initiatives. As a coach and former athlete, Danielle brings her fortitude and determination to the forefront when uplifting the values of the Shero Plan.

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