Monique Spain

Monique Spain
  • Class of 2016
  • Hometown: Brussels, Belgium
  • Major(s): Public Policy / Minor: Public Health
  • Archived Blogger

About Monique Spain

Hey guys! My name is Monique Spain, and I was a transfer student at William & Mary. I graduated with an A.S. degree from Northern Virginia Community College in May 2014, and I was absolutely thrilled to spend my final two years of undergraduate study as a part of the Tribe community!

I was born in California, but have lived in a total of five different states and two European countries. My father’s career as a Marine has meant lots of moving for our family! We have been living in the DC suburb of Arlington, VA since February 2009, but beforehand we lived in Brussels, Belgium for four years. I consider Brussels my hometown for many reasons, but mostly because it is where I grew the most as an individual and also had some of the best experiences of my life.

On campus I was a proud member of Students Helping Honduras and also served as the Gender Equality Block Leader for SchoolHouse Block. In my free time I enjoy reading, watching re-runs of Parks and Recreation, scrolling through Tumblr, and of course spending time with my wonderful family and friends.

Posts by Monique Spain

Last Day: Immigration Reform, the Tea Party, and an Amazing Dinner

Monday January 12th marked the last day of the W&M DC Winter in Washington Seminar; the program went by so fast! It was a

British Embassy, Der Spiegel, and Lunch with Rector

Friday January 9th was a particularly hectic day for the U.S. Politics class; we had a set agenda to visit and meet with people

Capitol Hill Day

Thursday January 8th was a very busy and important day for the U.S. Politics class. In the morning we met with Representative Rob Wittman,

Considering a Consulting Career?

Wednesday January 7th the U.S. Politics and the World class met with four consultants: Karsten Thot (business manager for Dexis), Lauren E. Hoy (consultant

USTR and Climate Change

Tuesday January 6th was a splendid day because while it was rainy outside, the class was able to stay inside the W&M office. Instead

USAID and State Department Day

Monday January 5th marked our first day of classes for us Washington Winter Seminar folks. We started the day off by meeting at the

A Fancy Dinner, Bowling, and Many Notes

On October 10, 2014 I received an amazing email; after applying to William & Mary’s Washington Winter Seminar, the email confirmed my acceptance into one