Monet Maggelet is an educator and dedicated advocate for nonprofits. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Westminster University, where she also pursued minors in Teaching English as a Second Language and History. Monet taught fifth grade for three years before transitioning to teaching first grade for an additional year. Driven by a passion for empowering students and promoting a positive learning environment, Monet pursued graduate-level endorsements in K-12 Reading and K-8 Mathematics. Additionally, she is trained in restorative justice and trauma-informed practices, further enhancing her ability to create a safe and nurturing space for students who have experienced adversity. Her dedication to educational excellence, combined with her data-driven approach, compassionate nature, and restorative justice principles, enables her to facilitate transformative educational experiences for all students.

As a program officer and board member for Call to Action Foundation, Monet focuses on identifying and building relationships with grantee partners, particularly in the education sector. She combines her classroom experience with her understanding of nonprofit dynamics, forging strong partnerships and driving meaningful change. Monet actively engages with the grantee partners, collaborating with them to create thriving communities. Her passion for volunteer work, education, and nonprofits extends beyond her professional life. Monet is an active member of the Utah community and supports many different nonprofit organizations. She currently serves on the board of directors for the YWCA Utah and shares her time with several other nonprofits on committees and other engagements.

Monet Maggelet is a true advocate for education and a passionate champion of nonprofit causes. Through her work, Monet continues to make a lasting difference, touching the lives of students, educators, and communities at large.

We strengthen children and families through investments in equitable access to early childhood education, early childhood and family mental health, affordable housing, and food security.