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Monica Dean is the Administrative Director of the Lawrence N. Field Programs and Center for Entrepreneurship. She is also an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Management where she has co-taught a course she co-created on Women and Entrepreneurship and a special Topics course on Business Meets 3D Digital Design & Fabrication. She also developed the curriculum for Baruch’s Certificate in Entrepreneurship for Continuing and Professional Studies for displaced workers. Monica has over 25 years of professional business experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Her experience includes six years as a senior manager at the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, a national not-for-profit recognized for developing innovative theories and practices on inner city business development, and six years as a consultant with the premier consultancy firm Booz, Allen & Hamilton. Monica holds an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley and a BS in civil engineering from Howard University. She has a number of publications and workshops to her credit, has served as a panelist at several major business conferences, and has spoken on urban business issues before various academic and business groups nationwide.