Monica Dixon is the Chief Administrative Officer and President of External Affairs for Monumental Sports and Entertainment.
Monica spent her career providing strategic and management consulting for high-profile individuals and institutions, including the White House, national advocacy organizations, and candidates for federal office. Monica has been a top strategist to the Vice President, CEOs, Corporations, Board of Directors, and campaigns and issue-based organizations on matters of management, strategic communications, and public affairs.
Those who Monica has advised include the Clinton White House, where she served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Vice President Al Gore and as an Assistant to the President; the U.S. House Democratic Caucus, for which she served as Chief of Staff; as a Strategic Consultant to the Senate Democratic Leadership, as a Voter Communication’s Director of the leadership political committee; Americans Coming Together, a national advocacy group; and for Forward Together, a committee chaired by Senator Mark Warner, for which she was Executive Director.
As President of Dixon Consulting, Monica advised a number of companies, campaigns, and candidates. Previously, Monica served as COO of Washington 2024, the local effort to bring the 2024 Summer Olympic Games to the nation’s capital.
A native of South Dakota, Monica began her political career working on Tom Daschle’s first U.S. Senate election in 1986. Her early years on Capitol Hill included working on the staffs of U.S. Senators Tom Daschle and Jay Rockefeller, and the Democratic Caucus of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Monica serves as the Co-Chair of the Local Advisory Board of College Track, an organization supporting first generation students with limited resources chart their court to and through college. She also serves as the Chair of CARE Action Board. CARE is a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. CARE Action supports the mission of CARE by advocating policymakers on behalf of women and girls around the world. Monica also serves on the Downtown BID Board and as an Advisor to One Village, a platform for informing and inspiring cancer patients by democratizing access to community and services.
Politico named Monica “one of the most experienced independent operatives” in Washington. She is married to David Dixon, of Dixon/Davis Media Group in Washington. Monica and David are the parents of eighteen-year-old twins, Mack and Madeline, and live in Bethesda, Maryland.