Mona Malik serves as the President of the historic Rockwood Estate and Farms and is a Women for Women International's U.S. Board of Advisors Member.
Mona Malik serves as the President of the historic Rockwood Estate and Farms since 2018. Prior to her current role at Rockwood Farms, Ms. Malik has spent over two decades as President and senior executive leadership roles at various non-profits.
Most recently she served as President for seven years at the Peaceful Family Project. In that role, she created and led community service programs for domestic violence, clergy training, conflict resolution, youth engagement and other social services required for immigrant and minority communities in Virginia, Maryland, Ohio and the growing American Muslim community. She has also worked with both state and federal agencies as a social worker earlier in her career.
Aside from currently serving as an Advisory Board Member at the Peace Family Project, Ms. Malik currently serves on the Consultative Circle at Shoulder to Shoulder, an interfaith organization. She previously served as Board member for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Vice Chair of Social Service Board for the state of Virginia, Commissioner for Fairfax County Office of Human Rights and Equity, and Board Member of Duke University Islamic Studies Center.
Ms. Malik earned her Bachelor and Master of Social Work from the University of Cincinnati. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and three children.