Monique Idlett-Mosley is a recognized entertainment industry leader,
who through a unique blend of business acumen and innovative strategic vision has broken ground in her entrepreneurial and humanitarian ventures. With an eighteen-year track record of unprecedented success, Monique has earned a reputation as anindustry visionary.
Monique is currently the co-president of Mosley Music Group, co-founder and director of the Always Believing Foundation and CEO of Reign Princess Couture. Monique provides strategic vision for Mosley Music Group, home to a multi-platinum roster of artists, including: Timbaland, Nelly Furtado, One Republic and Keri Hilson. For the past eight years, she has overseen the marketing, branding and public relations for the iconic producer Timbaland and his vast brand. Monique is single-handedly responsible for the re-imaging and revitalization of Timbaland, regaining ownership of the Timbaland website, and the development and implementation of the marketing plan that led to his most successful multi-platinum album to date, Timbaland Presents Shock Value.
Most notably during her tenure at Mosley Music Group, Monique is responsible for lucrative groundbreaking deals with corporate powerhouses Verizon Communications, MTV, Mini Cooper and Rockstar Games. She has also cultivated successful corporate alliances with Gucci, GQ Magazine and various other fortune 500 companies.
In tandem with her husband, Timothy “Timbaland” Mosley, Monique founded the Always Believing Foundation in 2008 to assist under-served youth in becoming healthy, self-reliant and successful members of their communities. The foundation finds innovative solutions to prevent childhood obesity through education, communication, and other strategies that foster healthy eating and increased physical activity.
Monique’s newestentrepreneurial venture is Reign Princess Couture, aninspirational lifestyle brand designed to furnish little girls with both couture and consciousness. Currently in development, the brand will be launching in retail outlets nationwide.
Monique’s previous executive experience included Black Renaissance Exclusive (BRE) Magazine as a vice president, transforming the venerable publication into an influential music industry journal targeted at urban executives and business leaders. At BRE, Monique trained and directed the sales force and developed marketing strategy for the magazine.
Branching out into the world ofentrepreneurship in 2000, Monique developed sales, marketing and public relations strategies for clients such as Kanye West, Verizon, Burrell Communications, T.I. and Timbaland before becoming exclusive to the Timbaland brand as an equal partner in the business in 2004.
Monique has also served as an Executive with USA Today, developing nationwide strategic sales plans for Saab, Ford, Lincoln, Turner Networks, Home Depot, ING, Motorola and Minute Maid, to name a few. The youngest executive at the time, she began her career of corporate firsts as the first account executive to receive a fee in addition to her annual salary and the first and last executive to broker a multi-media advertising campaign with The Coca-Cola Company.
For the past eighteen years, Moniquehas independently mentoredinnumerable at-risk youth in the Atlanta, Miami and Columbus areas and served as a board member for the Atlanta based Ryan Cameron Foundation. Presently, Monique serves on the Board of Directors for The Miami Bridge, a south Florida based non-profit organization that provides emergency shelter, food and counseling for at-risk youth. The Bridge seeks to rescue these children from lives of victimization and abuse and equips them with the tools to become active and successful members of their communities.