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Monica Riley is known as “Mountain Movn Monica” for her zealous efforts to champion against the odds. She is a believer in God and a professing Christian. She is a proud wife and mother of seven children, all who were raised in Missouri City, Fort Bend County.


Mountain Movn Monica has the tenacity, integrity, and unwavering ability to create visible change in communities throughout Fort Bend County. Monica markets a message of love and unity in all aspects of her life and with every project she is connected too. She listens to the concerns of the community and families, and responds with strong, yet positive, solutions. As a true servant leader, she takes the necessary action for what is right and what is best for “We The People”. Monica has always been a dependable and well-respected voice. 


She has advocated for Fort Bend communities for over two decades. Monica has worked with more than two dozen community organizations and institutions across Fort Bend and Harris County, mentored hundreds of students over her community service years, created many programs for senior citizens and has helped stimulate economic growth by supporting local small businesses.


She brings a unique understanding and perspective on how Cities, Precincts, Counties and governmental entities can operate more effectively from the inside out and ensure “We The People” are valued. 


She is also a local business owner in mass media marketing and political consulting, a radio station general manager, a radio personality, an elected official and a public figure in the community and among celebrities. 

Meet Monica Riley


Community Service History

  • 2019 Graduate of Missouri City Mayor Citizens Academy 

  • Community Leader: 1999-current

  • Gulf Coast Workforce Commissions Board Member: 2019-current

  • Inaugural member & Vice Chair of the Fort Bend County District Attorney Citizens Engagement Group Board: 2019-2022  

  • Fort Bend County Precinct 2 Constable Advisor: 

  • Former HOA Board Member

  • Campus Based Leadership Team Member: 2016-current

  • Business/Community Partner – Marshall HS, Willowridge HS, Hunters Glen Elementary, Hunters Glen Early Literacy Center, Glover Elementary, E.A. Jones Elementary, Stafford Early Childhood Center

  • 21-Year Recognized Community Leader – worked with 22 organizations and institutions across Fort Bend County 

  • Southwest Houston Community College Community Partner: 2017-current

  • Catalyst in advocating for three Early College Programs: Hightower HS, Marshall HS, Willowridge HS

  • Providing meals, sanitizer, books, resources, hygiene materials, coats, shoes, socks supplies for senior citizens, single parents, and students, sponsor many of projects

  • Mentored more than 600 FBISD students 

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