Master Monua Cary

2012 USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame Jujitsu Master of the Year
2011 Masters Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award.
2008 United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame Female Master of the Year
2010 Woman of the Year Global Network of Professional Reality Based Fighting Instructors
Head Coach U.S. Jujitsu Team 2007-2009
1995 Women’s Sport Jujitsu Champion
1994 NCMA Competitor of the Year
Owner-Cary’s Combat and Martial Arts Systems and Dog Soldier Fight Team
Co-author The Accountability Project. 7th Dan Jujitsu
Jujitsu Instructor, Women’s Self-Defense Instructor
specialized training in weapons, Ninjitsu, Judo, Aikido, Karate; and Executive Protection.

 Having competed and won numerous Jujitsu and Karate Grand Championships, in 1995 Monua became the first woman to win the World Title In Sport Jujitsu in Auckland,  New Zealand.

As head coach of the U.S. Jujitsu Team, some of her students have won various prestigious martial arts titles.

She is a Lifetime Member of the U.S. Martial Arts Association, the Nevada Representative for the Global Network of Professional Reality Based Fighting Instructors,  Director of Communications for the World Wide Martial Arts Council, and Co-Founder of the Independent Warriors Association.

Monua has met and trained with such masters as Sensei Phil Porter, Shihan Ilan Gattegno, Grandmaster Max Togisala, Professor Sig Kufferath, Ernie “Lightfoot” Boggs, Master Mikeal Smith. Sensei Denise Gonzales, Grandmaster Alexander Archie,  Sensei Ron Thomas and Sensei Dave Marinoble.