Managing Editor, Interfaith America Magazine
Monique Parsons is managing editor of Interfaith America Magazine, where she is part of a team dedicated to amplifying religiously diverse voices and publishing inspiring stories about people engaged in interfaith bridgebuilding. Monique’s first journalism job was at her small hometown newspaper in Southern California, and she’s reported on American religions as an independent producer for NPR, WBEZ Chicago, KALW’s The Spiritual Edge podcast, Religion & Politics magazine, and more. Her work has been honored by the Religion News Association and the Religion Communicators Council. Based in Chicago, Monique studied religion at Princeton University and earned master’s degrees from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and Harvard Divinity School.