Investigator, Founder CUE Center For Missing Persons
Monica Caison has dedicated 20 years of her life to the search for missing persons. In 1994, she launched the non-profit CUE Center for Missing Persons, which has since processed more than 9,000 cases across North America. Caison and her nation-wide group of volunteers have spent countless hours and resources working to unlock the truth and find the lost. As a rebellious teenager growing up in Florida, Caison learned the hard way the dangers and adversity of running away from home. “I was that person who was very likely to end up in a ditch somewhere,” she recalls. But while hitchhiking across the country and lying about her age to find work, Caison found the strength to change and the desire to help others. Now she dedicates all of her time to the search for missing people. She coordinates with law enforcement agencies around the country and is often the reassuring voice on the other end of a 3am call from a frantic parent.
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