Monique Earl is the Assistant General Manager over Administration and Field Operations at the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT). Monique has more than twenty years experience in the public, private and not for profit sectors most notably in the area of public finance. Her career history with the City of Los Angeles spans the legislative, executive and administrative branches of government.
With responsibility for more than two-hundred employees and nearly a billion dollars in funding, Monique spearheads the overall financial strategy at LADOT, which includes budget, accounting, risk management, procurement and facilities. In addition, she manages infrastructure maintenance and project implementation by leading crews responsible for roadway striping, street signs and traffic signals.
Previously, Monique served as Chief Deputy Controller for City Controller Ron Galperin and Deputy Mayor of Budget and Financial Policy in the administration of Mayor Antonio Villaraigsoa. She also served as Budget Deputy to Councilmember Bernard C. Parks and began her public sector career as a field deputy in the office of Los Angeles City Councilwoman Cindy Miscikowski.
Monique earned a Master of Public Administration degree from American University in Washington, DC and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from California State University, Northridge. She also serves on the boards of Escuela Plus Elementary School, Coro Southern California and the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles. A south Los Angeles native, Monique currently resides in Leimert Park with her husband children.