Chief of Strategic Initiatives | Office of the City Clerk, City of Chicago
"Chicago is known as a city of neighborhoods, but not all of our communities are reaching their potential. I want to use my experience in government, nonprofit and private sectors to help uncover the potential of Chicago’s under-resourced communities."
Undergraduate Degree: University of Missouri - Columbia, '09
Fun fact: I have a knack for acting and impersonations. I just might make you laugh!"
Monique Mervin currently serves as the Chief of Strategic Initiatives at the Office of the City Clerk for the City of Chicago.
With nearly a decade of experience in the private sector, nonprofits, and government, Monique leverages her unique skill sets and perspectives to build strategic partnerships in the public and private sectors.
Prior to her role with the City Clerk’s office, Monique served as Chief of Staff at NextLevel Health, a Medicaid managed care health plan for people living in Cook County.
Monique is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia. She serves on the board of directors of Erie Neighborhood House and is a member of Apostolic Church of God.