Monica Kern serves as Program Director for the Lexington Institute, a public-policy think tank based in Arlington, Virginia.
Ms. Kern graduated from Sterling College in 1981 with a B.A. in Business and Fine Arts. She completed her Masters in Non-Profit Management at Regis University in Denver, Colorado, in 1997.
Prior to joining the staff of the Lexington Institute, she served as Events Coordinator for the Denver Public Library. In this capacity Ms. Kern coordinated special events and programs, managed 8,000 feet of event space, and had oversight of department finances. Her professional experience also includes the Denver Public Library Friends Foundation and the Women of the West Museum where she worked in the area of fundraising, donor development and volunteer management, and the First Presbyterian Church of Boulder, Colorado, where she served as an administrative assistant.