Dr. Monique Moleon-Mathews was born in Haiti. She has a masters degree in Sociology and a doctorate in International Relations from the University of Mississippi. Prior to IRSC, professor Moleon-Mathews worked as the Project Coordinator of the Smoking Prevention and Cessation program at the University of Memphis, Tennessee. She also worked as a Research Coordinator at the Center for Health Economic and Policy of the University of Texas Health Sciences, San Antonio. Also, she was an adjunct instructor of Sociology and American Politics at Brevard Community College in Melbourne, Florida. She joined the IRSC faculty in 2004 as an Assistant Professor of Sociology and has taught the following courses: Intro to Sociology, Social Problems, Multicultural Issues, American Politics and the Model United Nations. Dr Moleon-Mathews served as the Discipline Leader for sociology from 2005-2010. Currently, she is the Faculty Advisor of the Model United Nations Club. Professor Monique Moleon-Matthews served as the department chair from 2010 to 2013.