Media maven Mona Scott-Young has proven that with integrity, hard work and dedication, anything is possible. She is a successful talent manager, television producer, publisher, and TV host, as well as CEO and Founder of Monami Entertainment (www.monamient.com). The multi-media entertainment company is home to Grammy Award-winning artist Missy Elliott, publishing imprint Monami Books and VH1’s most popular docu-franchise Love & Hip Hop.
For television, Scott-Young is executive producer of the Love & Hip Hop franchise, its related shows and spin offs, as well as numerous reunion shows and specials for VH1, where she has also served as on-camera host and narrator. Additionally, she produced VH1’s late night series The Afterparty, was executive producer of VH1’s 2016 Hip Hop Honors, and was a consulting executive producer on the network’s late night talk format, The Amber Rose Show. Scott-Young was also executive producer of the WE tv docu-series Money. Power. Respect,as well as the recent four-part series, Xscape StillKickin’ It ,which aired on BRAVO.
While television production, talent management and publishing are at the core of Monami Entertainment, Scott-Young is also part owner and Chief Marketing Officer of Myx Fusions (www.myxfusions.com) - a premium, ready-to-drink wine beverage company which boasts a line of fruit infused moscatos, as well as sangrias, and is currently in over 60 markets worldwide. She has also ventured into creating mobile content with the release of Love & Hip Hop: The Game - a lifestyle mobile app.
Scott-Young’s business and philanthropic achievements have garnered recognition from a variety of organizations and publications.
When not in the office, Scott-Young enjoys time with her family and serves on the board of The Haitian Roundtable and The GrassROOTS Community Foundation.