Assistant Clinical Professor
BS Psychology, LaSalle University
MS Special Education, The Johns Hopkins University
Certification in Administration, The Johns Hopkins University
Monique Yates is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Teacher Education Department at Loyola University Maryland. She has more than 30 years of experience in the field of education, teaching, supporting, and preparing teachers who will advocate for equitable education for all students, particularly those with diverse learning needs. Monique’s career included teaching general education, special education, and working in the central offices of Baltimore City and Baltimore County schools supporting teachers, students, and their families. Monique came to Loyola in 2012 to teach as an adjunct professor before joining the school of Teacher Education full time in 2021.
During her time at Loyola, she has worked with teacher interns and local school partners to enhance our teacher preparation program. Monique is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and the Council for Exceptional Children and has worked as a certified trainer for the Crisis Prevention Institute and the International Institute for Restorative Practices.
In her free time, Monique likes gardening, knitting, exercising, and traveling.