Youth Coordinator at the Aspen Chapel and contract educator for World Leadership School.
Michelle studied Sociology at the University of Colorado in Boulder, then obtained a post-graduate degree in Social Studies Education through the Roaring Fork Teacher Education Project, which was a CU-Boulder education program that examined social justice in education in the Roaring Fork Valley. Michelle taught 5th through 8th grade at the Aspen Community School for six years before starting a family. When her youngest was two, she became an educator for Girls Leadership, teaching parent-daughter workshops. This led to working as an instructor for World Leadership School, where she facilitated the leadership curriculum to students from independent schools in remote parts of the world. She has continued part-time work in various schools and is now serving as the youth and family coordinator for the Aspen Chapel. Michelle is ready to learn how to make a bigger impact on the community and to cultivate paths to a satisfying, meaningful career.