About

A little bit about how I got started.

My name is Monica and I am extremely passionate about bringing creative visions to life. I come from an entrepreneurial family, giving me a unique, life-long experience in the world of business, strategy and design.

By the time I was 12 years old, our family launched an e-commerce business from within our garage and grew it to a million dollar company. By 15 years old, we opened the doors of a contemporary, fast-growing church. By age 21, the church built out a full-power, 100,000 watt FM radio station in the top-50 New Orleans market. By age 24, our busy schedules got busier as we launched our area's only non-denomination Christian school for preschool to 12th grade. By the age of 26, I was a campaign manager in the race of our lives as we entered the political arena as my dad ran for an open seat in the state legislature. ​

From in-home startups, non-profits, massive communication industries and even politics, I've been incredibly honored with an upbringing that has taught me how important it is to dream big, think outside of the box, and work hard.

After playing a year of Volleyball as a Division 1 athlete in the NCAA at Southeastern Louisiana University, I transferred to Louisiana State University where I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Business and English. 

After graduating from LSU in 2014, I returned home to the New Orleans area where I took on a full-time position as the Director of Operations and Creative Strategist for our family's multiple non-profit organizations, (New Horizon Church, The Bridge Radio and Lakeside Christian Academy.) In 2016,  I married my high school sweetheart, Taylor Lynch. In the Summer of 2020, Taylor and I relocated to Jackson, Mississippi for an Emergency Medicine Residency at UMMC, where I took Monica Lynch Marketing full time. 

I'm ready to run with you and use my experiences and skill set to partner with businesses, organizations, individuals and politicians to develop a creative plan for success in today's digital age. 

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