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Monique Bio

Monique Long-White currently serves at the SBDC Technology Commercialization Center as project manager for the South-Texas Innovation Partnership Program (S-TIPP) at UTSA and at the South-West Texas Border SBDC Network. Monique is a successful interdisciplinary researcher and project manager. She has career experience with product development with environmental and biophysical emphases that couples with her business knowledge in marketing, entrepreneurship, and information systems. Monique has an eclectic portfolio of projects mostly focused on community, business, and economic development for a wide variety of organizations including universities, start-ups, and local, state, and federal government establishments and municipalities. Her Ph.D. from Purdue University is in Ecological Sciences and Engineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program– concentrations in Agronomy and Policy Sciences; Masters of Science in Environmental Toxicology from Texas Tech University, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Agricultural Sciences from Prairie View A&M University.


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