Dr. Monica Lallo is an educator, team strategist and advocate for improving government and nonprofit services to under-served youth and families. Throughout her professional career, she has been committed to bridging the socioeconomic divide that exists in disadvantaged communities. Dr. Lallo has extensive experience specializing in contract management, program development and evaluation over her eleven years in county government. She produced several accomplishments with the creation of numerous initiatives that helped improve service delivery outcomes, increase stakeholder involvement and promote networking among nonprofit organizations serving youth and families in the County of Union.
Dr. Lallo also served as a resource to local agency providers seeking state and national research information about services, which was rated effective by the Federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), and other national foundations that support youth initiatives. Dr. Lallo received her Doctorate in Education from Immaculata University, her Master’s degree in Public Administration from New York University, and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Rutgers University. She taught several courses at Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) in their Human Services Program as a Senior Adjunct Professor.