Monique A. Honaman is the author of The High Road Has Less Traffic: honest advice on the path through love and divorce. The "High Road" is an inspiring roadmap for marriage, a positive exit strategy for "surviving" divorce, and a powerful life philosophy that supports superior decision-making in all facets of raising a family. In the spirit of giving back, a portion of proceeds from book sales is being donated to organizations that help women and children transition through divorce.
Monique is also the founding partner of ISHR Group (www.ISHRGroup.com), which provides global solutions in the area of leadership assessment, development, and coaching. She started her career with GM, and later joined GE. She earned certification as a Six Sigma Quality Black Belt, and is a certified practitioner of the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI). ISHR Group has been featured in HR Executive, the New York Times, NY Post, Corp Magazine and several regional business publications.
Monique received her B.A. from the University of Michigan, a Masters of Labor and Industrial Relations from Michigan State University, and a Juris Doctorate from Albany Law School. Monique was profiled by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of the "40-Under-40-Up-and-Comers." She was named one of the "2007 Enterprising Women of the Year" by Enterprising Women, and one of the "2011 Women Business Enterprise National Enterprise (WBE) Stars" by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). Her articles have appeared in the ExecuNet CareerSmartAdvisor, Enterprising Women Magazine, HR Crossing, and several regional publications. She is a member of the Georgia Small Business Development Center Advisory Council and the Chapter Chair for the Atlanta Women Presidents Organization (WPO).
Monique lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, Justin, and her two children. In her free time, she enjoys being outside, traveling, boating, watching college football, reading books and taking photographs.