Women using their gifts and talents to impact their home ministry while radiating the definition of a Christian creative.  Women celebrating their uniqueness, women empowering other women, and women celebrating community over competition.


compassionate, spirit-led, confident

Monique Melton is a business coach, relationship expert, published author of the book EntrepreFriendships, a motivational speaker and diversity advocate. She supports creative business owners in building profitable and purposeful businesses while maintaining healthy relationships. She’s the creator of SWEET Brands, which is a business development system to strategically support business owners in building more profitable and sustainable businesses. She travels the country speaking at conferences and events on topics related to business & relationships.

She’s been published in magazines, featured in blogs and podcasts and has touched the lives and businesses of people all over the world. She is a natural big-bold dreamer and a deeply rooted woman of faith. She is a proud Navy wife and loving mother to two little ones. She has a BA in social science with an emphasis in sociology & psychology and two years of graduate school education in Clinical Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. She believes it's not all about your comfort, but it's about your growth. 

Monique is the author of EntrepreFriendships, a book that uncovers the step-by-step process to building business relationships and earning business opportunities. She works with clients one-on-one and creates workshops, trainings and masterminds on topics pertaining to personal and business growth. She travels the country to encourage and support others in their journey of embracing authenticity and achieving their definition of success. She brings out the best in you! To contact Monique Melton for interviews, speaking engagements, training or private strategy support, you can reach her at E-mail:


I incorporate my identity, which is in Christ into my brand in how I talk, how I treat my clients, the way I offer services, the services I offer and the hope I have for our community.


Ecclesiastes 4:12 because it illustrates the importance of having people in your life that you can support and that can support you.