Dr. Monceaux holds degrees in English & Modern Languages (B.A. & M.A.), Counseling and Human Development (M.Ed.), and Educational Leadership, Ed.D. with a concentration in Global Education. He began teaching K-12 in 1999 and, in 2006, began teaching ESOL students at Lamar University. Since then, he has offered more than 50 professional development workshops and training sessions to educators from all over the world in countries such as Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, France, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Spain, and the UK.
Currently, Dr. Monceaux is the Lamar University Pathway Program Director, where he is responsible for program planning, course crafting, curriculum, faculty, and staff supervision of the Academic English, Professional English, and Academic Skills programs for English Language Learners and the TESOL Teacher Training Program. He has served on the TexTESOL IV Board – Editor (2014-2017), Southeast Texas Counseling Association Board – President /Past-President (2014-2016), TCA Bylaws Committee Chair/Member (2014-2017), TESOL International Materials Writers Leadership Committee – Editor (2014-2017) & Co-Chair (2017-2018), and the TESOL International Affiliate Network Professional Council – Editor (2018-current).