Judge Monise A. Brown has the broad combination of legal training, judicial experience, and community involvement that makes her the best choice to serve Charles County as a judge on the Circuit Court; that is why she was named as one of the Daily Record’s Leading Women, V.I.P. List Winners and as a Distinguished Alumni of the George Washington University.
For the last eight years, she has been a Family Magistrate in the Charles County Court system, gaining valuable judicial experience while engaging with families and youth in a manner that has earned her a reputation for fairness and compassion.
A devoted mother of two, Judge Brown is actively involved in local youth sports (swimming, soccer, and gymnastics), girl scouts, and her church community. Demonstrating her commitment to those in need, Judge Brown has also served on the board of directors of the United Way of Southern Maryland (formerly Charles County) for three years.
In her capacity as a member of the National Association of Women judges, she has also been a member of the steering committee for the Women Moving Forward Conference, a re-entry program at the Maryland Correctional Institute for Women.
Judge Brown also volunteers as an interviewer for senior portfolios in the Charles County Public School system and is often a guest speaker at community events on topics including family law and other areas of legal and personal expertise. Judge Brown is committed to furthering her leadership skills and she was most recently selected in 2021 as a Leadership Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University.
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