is a lecturer at San Francisco area schools to encourage entrepreneurial
activities. She is a member of several organizations involving
music and the arts including the National Academy of Recording
Arts and Sciences and the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and
Sciences to promote music and art education as well as the Young
Venture Capital Association. In addition, she is lends her time in creative endeavors for charities involved with several causes including the Committee for 100 for Tibet and the Dalai Lama Portrait Project.
Michelle is a designer and an avid travel photographer with commissioned and published photo essays. Her web designs have
been published in American fifth and eight grade textbooks. Travel photography assignments have more recently brought her
to Asia, Central America, North Africa and Europe. Among her recent, diverse activities, she worked on several archaeological sites in Mexico, Baja and Guatemala and photographed the Dalai Lama in his home in Dharamsala, India. Michelle also serves as a mentor in the California Clean Tech Open competition to encourage entrepreneurial activities in clean technology.
Michelle enjoys travel, music, photography, soccer, movies,
cooking, archaeology, entrepreneurship and the outdoors. She
currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area as a consultant
in design, entertainment, photography and technology startups.