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Monique Ching

Policy Analyst

Monique Ching is a Policy Analyst at the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center.
She works on the state budget, health equity, housing, and other issues affecting immigrant families. 

Monique hails from Hong Kong and she spent years working as a reporter at a newspaper in Texas. She holds a master’s degree in Urban and Environmental Planning and Policy from Tufts University. She also is active with community organizations in Boston’s Chinatown and in Malden.

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