White House Profile
Monique Dorsainvil
Director of Planning and Events for the Office of Public Engagement and the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs

Dorsainvil serves as the Director of Planning and Events for the Office of Public Engagement and the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. In this role, she coordinates engagement events, bill signings, and policy briefings while providing scheduling guidance and logistical support for the outreach missions of OPE and IGA.

Prior to this role, Dorsainvil served as a Staff Assistant in the Office of Public Engagement working on the White House Council on Women and Girls and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Outreach. Dorsainvil previously served as a White House Intern in the Office of the First Lady in 2009 and subsequently advanced official domestic and international visits for the President and First Lady. She graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in Women’s Studies and Global Health.

Monique Dorsainvil's Posts

  • Women

    Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    Welcome to the Council on Women and Girls Weekly Highlights! This week, First Lady Michelle Obama announced nationwide commitments from major food retailers to open or expand over 1,500 stores to help provide healthy, affordable food to millions of people in areas that do not currently have easy access to fresh, nutritious food.


  • Women

    Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    Welcome to the Council on Women and Girls Weekly Highlights! This week, White House officials met with families benefiting from services provided by Medicaid. We heard from the parents of children living with physical, development and intellectual disabilities who depend on the services administered by funds from the federal government.


  • Women

    Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    Welcome to the Council on Women and Girls Weekly Highlights! Welcome to the Council on Women and Girls Weekly Highlights! In celebration of Independence Day, the First Family joined more than 1,200 military heroes and their families for a barbeque.


  • Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    Welcome to the Council on Women and Girls Weekly Highlights! This week, First Lady Michelle Obama returned from an Official Visit to South Africa and Botswana. The trip served as an opportunity for this Administration to promote education, health, wellness, and public service.


  • Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    Welcome to the Council on Women and Girls Weekly Highlights! This week, Senator Robert Menendez and Representative Carolyn Maloney re-introduced the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA).


  • Women

    Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    Welcome to the Council on Women and Girls Weekly Highlights! In the coming days, First Lady Michelle Obama will be traveling to South Africa and Botswana to meet with young people from across Africa, including the Young African Women Leaders Forum.


  • Women

    Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    The First Lady speaks at the commencement ceremony of Quantico Middle/High School, honoring the graduating seniors from military families for their strength and compassion towards others.


  • Women

    Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    In the wake of the recent tragedies across the Midwest, the President traveled to Joplin, Missouri to meet with families in the community who lost a great deal in the tornadoes last week.


  • Women

    Council on Women and Girls Friday Highlights

    This week, the President traveled to Europe and spoke to audiences in both Ireland and England about our common history and shared values. The President also pledged support for victims of the most recent storms in the United States, and The First Lady delivered the commencement address at West Point Military Academy.


  • Women

    Council on Women and Girls Weekly Highlights


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