Monique A. Norfolk
Monique A. Norfolk, MPH, brings years of experience working in the social services and public health fields, both nationally and locally. Mrs. Norfolk holds a Master of Public Health from Saint Louis University School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Spanish & Honors in English from Xavier University of Louisiana. Mrs. Norfolk also holds a host of other certifications,
In addition to these educational accomplishments, Mrs. Norfolk is a certified grant writer, published author, and national public health professional specializing in program development, project management, program evaluation, strategic planning, partnership development, curriculum development, contract development, community engagement, and organizational change management, in addition to assisting individuals in setting and achieving identified career goals.
Mrs. Norfolk has worked across systems building partnerships and managing programs with the sole purpose of serving those who otherwise may not have access to much needed services enhancing organizations’ return on investment and capacity to serve their constituents. While managing ½ million dollar budget for the Program for the Elimination of Cancer Disparities, Mrs. Norfolk received national recognition from the CRCHD—National Cancer Institute and secured additional funding for cancer prevention outreach efforts and worked with more than 100 organizations, enhancing existing and expanding new partnership opportunities. Mrs. Norfolk has been instrumental in positioning organizations to obtain nearly a million dollars in funding.
Notable organizations that Mrs. Norfolk has worked with over the years include the American Academy of Pediatrics, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAHMSA), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Saint Louis County Department of Health, Saint Louis University, United Way of Greater St. Louis, National Institute of Health, Parents as Teachers National Center, and Washington University School of Medicine, to name a few. Other non-profits, businesses, and faith-based organizations Mrs. Norfolk has worked with have been Shalom Church (City of Peace), SPG Youth Charitable Organization, Lifequest Christian Counseling Services, Inc., LRD Professional Services, LLC and Another Chance Centers, LLC.
Mrs. Norfolk’s public health areas of expertise are HIV/AIDS, childhood obesity prevention, mental health, and nutrition. Her accomplishments include: receiving recognition from Siteman Cancer Center for her work with the Breast Cancer Community Partnership (BCCP), serving as a Board Member for the East Central Missouri Area Health Education Center (ECMO AHEC), Educational Advisory Committee member for the Magic House, National Action Partnership to Promote Safe Sleep (NAPPSS) Coalition member; previously serving as a member of the Siteman Cancer Center Patient Advisory Council (PFAC), National Youth Development Board Consultant (SAHMSA), and steering committee member for Girls Holla Back II.