Monica S. Flores has been coding since 2004 and is responsible for building and scaling digital platforms for the GIST Network (a project of the United States Department of State), Green America (a national membership organization), Ashoka Changemakers (a global social enterprise non-profit), and other local and global teams. She currently consults through her own practice, 10K Webdesign. Learn more at http://monicasflores.com.
Monica S. Flores has worked as a web developer, information architect, engineering manager, chief technology officer, and advisor to international and domestic clients such as Ashoka Changemakers, Princeton University, the U.S. Department of State, and 240+ international and national customers in business, government, and education.
Because of her interest in building communities online, she is frequently asked to advise startup groups on emerging projects. She consults with leadership teams on strategic planning, metrics management, and product lifecycle development. She trains organizations on how to write RFPs, identify functional specifications, plan complex database architecture, define content types, understand user permissions, determine reporting needs, and manage/maintain system-wide processes.
Author of the A Successful Woman Handbook series, she is passionate about leadership, innovation, education, and technology, and she speaks and writes about social justice, environmental sustainability, and entrepreneurship.
She co-founded 10K Group web consulting (2004-), founded and sold A Successful Woman (2006-2012), co-founded Gramercy & Co. (2010-2017), sits on the board of RCLS Corp. real estate (2015-) and advises MAAN Softwares Inc. (2016-). She currently staffs Green America, and advises emerging projects that #makeapositivedifference by building community, fostering connectedness, and advancing technology to create a better world. She received her B.S. from Cornell University.
2017 Marymount University Career Event
Supervisor Remarks, Intern program
2016 STEEAMnista Summit 2016 – NYC
Panelist at event focused on increasing the participation, visibility, leadership, and celebrating the achievements of women* across S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) + Entrepreneurship + Makers.
— Amanda Zamurs (@azamurs) November 5, 2016
— Jessica Santana (@JessWorldwide) November 5, 2016
2015 DC Web Women Speaker Series