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"You have not only helped me in my business but also emotionally find closure in my father’s passing... Thank you so much for telling our stories because you never know who the Holy Spirit is using to help heal, inspire, and uplift. "


Dr. Anbec DeShield-Mayes, Dentist & Owner of Best Smile Dental

Monique Tawiah is an award-winning life coach, meteorologist, and professor. Tawiah has been seen on TEDx, The Weather Channel, CBS, ABC, BBC, and other broadcast platforms. As the first African American female meteorologist many may encounter, Tawiah uses her platform in a classroom or on a panel discussion to ignite new ways of thinking about the future for all listeners.

Monique Tawiah is an adjunct professor at Montclair State University and contributor to the hit show “Prime Suspect Earth” on The Weather Channel! In 2022, Tawiah joined the University of Maryland, College Park’s Class of 30 Under 30 Alumni, Black Business Ink's List of 40 Under 40 Most Influential African Americans in the North Carolina Triad area, and Franklin High School’s Alumni of the Year. Tawiah is also well-cited as a co-author of one of the top 10 most cited publications in the Journal of Hydrometeorology.

Tawiah has earned a master's degree in Applied Meteorology from Mississippi State University, a B.S. in Atmospheric & Oceanic Science, and a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD). Tawiah was named the first student at the university to dual degree in these two areas of study at UMD.

Tawiah and her husband, Drew Tawiah, reside in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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