Mrs. Monroe was the Vice President of Supplier Diversity and Vendor Development for Macy’s East. For three years, Mrs. Monroe helped women and minorities to do business with Macy’s. Cheryl was the first African American to open a new store in the history of Macy’s when she open the Macy’s in Wheaton, MD in 2005. Over her long career in retail, she has served on several boards and other civic groups in Maryland and New York while working for Macy’s.

Cheryl has received numerous awards from the Latina Community and the Women’s business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).Cheryl has done great work on behalf of women and minorities throughout the country and was born and raised in our great state of Maryland.

Submitted by: Gary F. Monroe