Monica M. Patton is a retired Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation out of Washington, DC. She is a graduate of the University of Delaware where she received a Masters of Public Policy and Urban Affairs degree graduating Magna Cum Laude.
After graduation, Monica worked at the Winterthur Museum where she impressed local historical organizations regarding preservation projects. Following in her continued desire to pursue public service, she obtained a position working for a high-ranking member of the United States Senate as a Staff Assistant and Assistant Press Secretary. In January of 1995, Monica joined the FBI and was assigned to work matters regarding terrorism (9/11), international espionage and highly sensitive public corruption investigations. In 2004, she was asked to transfer to the Washington Field Office to head up the FBI’s prominent National Threat Coordinator position working on the most dangerous and challenging cases for the FBI. After retirement, Monica’s knowledge and education regarding zoning and residential matters combined with her practicality and knowledge of historical and residential design led Monica to the front door of Century 21 New Millennium. Her strong negotiation skills and professionalism have proven to be a huge benefit to her clients in both land and residential matters. An admitted addict to DIY shows, Monica is an avid equestrian, tennis player, and mom who continues to be heavily involved in charity and public service in and around the community.