Monique Wilkins |


Syracuse University, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Syracuse, NY

M.A., Museum Studies, May 2014, Cumulative GPA: 3.9/4.0

Louise and Bernard Palitz Scholar Award for academic progress and dedication to the museum field, Spring 2014

Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, Washington, DC

B.S. of Foreign Service, International History, May 2012, Cumulative GPA: 3.6/4.0

Concentration: Early Modern Europe and Shakespeare



Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH

Assistant Director, Operations for SNHU|Accel, October 2016 – Present

  • Lead the day-to-day operations of SNHU|Accel through effective collaboration across departments
  • Operationalize and optimize SNHU|Accel for scale and sustainability
  • Gather, synthesize, and report on data for SNHU|Accel including daily, term, and requested reports
  • Research, synthesize, and communicate out trends in CBE and alternative learning models

Academic Specialist, SNHU|Accel, May 2016 – October 2016

  • Gathered and coordinated data for SNHU|Accel enrollment, diagnostic assessment, courses, and overall program health
  • Developed and managed process to track trends in CBE and alternative learning models
  • Synthesized and reported on trends within SNHU|Accel, CBE, and alternative learning models in compelling, visually-driven, and informative manner

Program Academic Advisor, January 2015 – May 2016

  • Advised 250 undergraduate students in reference to academic standing, financial aid, and program requirements
  • Worked with students via phone and email to create comprehensive academic plans supportive of their academic and career goals
  • Provided students with resources to better navigate and overcome academic challenges
  • Strove to meet student retention and success rate goals each term in order to advance students towards graduation

Emerging Personalities, Rochester, NH

Executive Assistant, July 2014 to August 2014

  • Maintained and built social media presence by creating content, engaging the community, and attracting followers
  • Designed logos and flyers for the business and applied the brand across social media pages
  • Completed varied activities in a timely manner including research, administrative errands, sale of items, and invoices

Syracuse University Art Galleries, Syracuse, NY

Collections Assistant, August 2013 – May 2014

  • Assessed and recorded condition of accessioned objects, traveling exhibitions, and temporary loans
  • Inventoried the collection while rehousing and cleaning objects when necessary
  • Handled, framed, and packaged objects for storage or shipment

Syracuse University, Department of Foundation, Syracuse, NY

Teaching Assistant, Course: History of Modern Design, Fall 2012 and Spring 2013

  • Crafted lesson plans and facilitated undergraduates’ discussions pertaining to weekly readings
  • Counseled students in preparation for exams and improvements in written work
  • Evaluated weekly essays and graded exams

National Institute of Holocaust Education, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC

Teacher Education Intern, January – April 2012

  • Conducted research for programs, projects, and conferences and produced reports on the research endeavors
  • Drafted tours for the museum’s permanent exhibit, State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda, and From Memory to Action: Meeting the Challenges of Genocide
  • Aided staff within projects within the department

Institute on Religion and Public Policy, Washington, DC

Intern, September – December 2009

  • Researched and wrote reports on religious freedom issues in various countries for submission to the UN
  • Updated the news pertaining to religious freedom and human rights on the Institute’s website