Subject Matter Expert
Monica Copeland Monica Copeland
Asset Development Program Manager,
Baltimore CASH Campaign - Cash Coaching Programs

Monica Copeland is the Asset Development Program Manager at the Baltimore CASH Campaign, a coalition of non-profits, public agencies, and foundations which focuses on helping working families secure stable financial futures by promoting the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), providing quality free tax assistance, and developing opportunities for wealth creation. At Baltimore CASH, Monica works on projects such as an annual financial fitness fair called Money Power Day, a financial coaching volunteer program, financial education workshops, outreach for a financial counseling hotline, and the creation and promotion of asset building products. Prior to moving to Baltimore in 2008, Monica was a Policy and Outreach Associate at the IDA and Asset Building Collaborative of North Carolina where she helped coordinate the work of the NC Asset Building Policy Task Force, Assets for Persons with Disabilities Project, and the NC Financial Education and Asset Building Conference. She also worked at the Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project (NEDAP) in New York City and the Self-Help Credit Union in Durham, NC. She has undergraduate degrees in sociology and African and African American studies from Duke University and a Masters in social work from Columbia University.