Monique Brouillette is an independent journalist. Her articles have appeared in National Geographic, Scientific American, TIME, The Boston Globe, WIRED magazine, Nature, Science, Quanta, and Downeast Magazine.
Monique received a Pulitzer Crisis Grant in 2022 to travel to southcentral Alaska and report on the efforts of the Alaska Native Tribes to regain authority over the conservation efforts on their lands. She has also appeared on NPR's All Things Considered to talk about animal spillover events and how they contribute to pandemics.
Monique has a bachelor's degree in Biology and a Master of Science in Public Health Communication from Tufts University Medical School. She spent several years as a researcher in genetics and neuroscience labs at MIT.