Monroe is a rising healthcare policy professional where he specializes in health IT policy, cybersecurity in medical devices and healthcare organizations. He currently is the first NSF/DHS CyberCorps Scholarship-for-Service recipient pursuing his MPH in Health Policy at The George Washington University. Monroe has is a recognized authored publishing research about Healthcare Policy, Wearable Devices, History of Epidemics, Consumer Protection Issues. He also holds a B.S. in Integrative Physiology and History, Summa Cum Laude, from from Alma College.
He has worked for or supported a number of government agencies including the Department of Health and Human Services where he was the Digital Health Innovation Fellow, the US Forest Service where he helped implement a new Emergency Health Services (EMS) System, and US Joint Special Operations Command where he researched and field tested high-altitude medicine for US Special Forces.