Baltimore native, Chrissy Monroe, widely known for her VH1’s Season 5 role on LHHNY (Love & Hip Hop New York). From being a homeless teen to reality television personality it’s safe to say Chrissy is the epitome of the term “The Survival of the Fittest.” At a young age of having big dreams, she used her triumph as her platform with determination to make a name for herself, which helped her pioneer, flourishing a career in the Entertainment world.
All of Chrissy’s dreams were coming together as a young adult. It was time to expand her dream of opportunities in no other place but New York City. Traveling back and forth she knew New York was the place she wanted to make a name for herself. However, her dreams took the back seat when she had to take custody of her sister's youngest daughter, Ashley, playing both mom and dad to her niece. Responsibility of her niece became her number one priority and instead of giving up on her dreams of being an overall business woman, she invested in herself once again and opened a vintage clothing store on the South Side of Baltimore.
Chrissy’s over the top personality is undeniable and her fashion forward sense made it easy to stand out in any crowd. Chrissy quickly became a well-loved and known socialite, travelling the world attending the hottest A-list events in the Entertainment industry. At the age of 29, Chrissy’s big dream came true, finally moving to Manhattan was her reality as a signed model and brand ambassador to the Pabst Brewing Company for three years.
In addition to being a Brand Ambassador for Pabst Brewing Company, Chrissy landed significant roles in productions with Michael Moore's "The Awful Truth" and was a recurring character at Monique's Comedy Club, Baltimore City Soap Opera's "Studio" sitcom.
As her career continued to evolve she used her socialite status, entertainment knowledge and creativity, loaning great insight and expertise on many successful projects in the music industry. Just when you think Chrissy has accomplished it all she enrolled into the Parson’s School of Design, Lower Manhattan in 2005 studying architectural drafting and would soon be doing freelance interior design projects as her new business venture.