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Monique Smith holds her book called “I AM THE ANCESTOR” on July 21, 2019 at Nordstrom Annapolis, during  a special event which integrated one of the store’s 2019 anniversary events, while celebrating women’s empowerment. Guests attended a VIP reception where they heard the story of the longest living Jane Doe who is unaware of her birthdate or true identity.

Monique Smith holds her book called “I AM THE ANCESTOR” on July 21, 2019 at Nordstrom Annapolis, during a special event which integrated one of the store’s 2019 anniversary events, while celebrating women’s empowerment. Guests attended a VIP reception where they heard the story of the longest living Jane Doe who is unaware of her birthdate or true identity.

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Baltimorean Offers Hope To Families Of Missing Children, Empowers Others To Rise Above Adversity

Societal ills are both traumatizing and disappointing but individuals like Monique Smith serve as a reminder that Baltimore is home to a plethora of inspiring people who work to make the world a better place. Behind Smith’s infectious smile and contagious energy, her hope-filled story serves as a refreshing reminder that all missing children are not dead, and a devoted individual can make an impact, even in the midst of his or her own storm.