Monica Aldama, widely known as the Queen of Cheer, is a cheering coach from the United States. She is a cheerleading coach for Navarro College’s co-ed team.
Aldama was born on February 9, 1972, in Alabama, United States. She attended Corsicana High School and received her diploma there. She then went to Tyler Junior College, where she was a member of the cheerleading team. She later attended the University of Texas and earned a B.B.A. in Finance from the McCombs School of Business.
Cheerleading is in her blood, according to the accomplished cheerleading coach. She has been cheerleading since she was a high school student and has completely absorbed all of the necessary nuances throughout time. While some coaches, like Orby Orta, focus on dynamics, Monica has a unique approach to coaching high school students to cheerleading greatness.
Cheering is in the blood of this renowned cheerleading coach. She has been cheerleading since she was in high school and has completely absorbed all of the required elements. While other instructors, such as Orby Orta, focus on dynamics, Monica is a one-of-a-kind guide for high school cheerleaders.
Monica’s athletes refer to her as Queen, and her cheerleading squad is referred to as a dynasty. Aside from coaching, she has also worked at Navarro College as an Associate Professor and Director of Cheerleading. Many people have praised her work as a cheering instructor, and she has been on various TV shows, including Oprah’s live tour and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
After she and her Navarro squad were featured on Netflix’s docuseries “Cheer” in 2020, she became well-known. The docuseries follows the tale of the 2019 Navarro College coed cheerleading team, which helped to popularise the sport.
Monica’s position in the series has been critical, as she has made pragmatic decisions to help her team achieve its objective of winning the national championship, even in the face of adversity when several of her athletes were injured. It’s fair to say that the series revolves around Aldama’s perfectionism and her unwavering belief in practice.
On January 12, 2022, the second season of Netflix’s docuseries Cheer 2 premiered. The second season of Monica and La’Darius, who accused Navarro College of being abusive, is the topic of Netflix’s second season. Monica competed in the celebrity dancing reality show Dancing with the Stars in September 2020, finishing in 10th place, and was eliminated on Week 7.
Monica and the Navarro College Bulldogs were featured in Netflix’s docuseries Cheer in 2020, which followed Monica and her team in the weeks building up to the annual NCA Championship in Daytona, Florida.
Monica has worked extremely hard to reach her goals. Despite the fact that she grew up in a small town, she is now a household name because to the success of Cheer. With her participation on Dancing With the Stars and her role as a brand ambassador for a number of companies, it’s certain that her profile will continue to soar.
Aldama has won 14 National Cheerleaders Association titles and holds the record for the highest score ever at the College Nationals of the National Cheerleaders Association.
Monica, on the other hand, maximized her earnings after appearing on television. In 2020, she competed on Dancing With the Stars and earned $184,913 for only seven weeks of work.
Monica claimed on social media that performing live was the most difficult thing she’d ever done. Even so, she’d do it again in a heartbeat.