Born and raised in New Hampshire, Michelle has been passionate about helping others throughout her life. That passion has manifested in many ways.
As a teen and young adult:
After college, Michelle chose to work for community service and health care organizations including:
More recently, she has had the opportunity to support and help motivate employees for three multi-national companies.
When Michelle moved to Hollis in 2013, she helped to establish the Hollis Parks Project. This organization raised $75k to improve our community play spaces in Hollis. It was a wonderful way to meet her fellow residents and make a lasting contribution to her new community.
In 2016, Michelle ran for, and was elected to the Hollis School Board for a one-year term. She was re-elected in 2017 for a three-year term and has served as that Board’s Secretary for the last two years. During her first year on the board she served as a member of the Hollis School Board Energy study to explore energy efficient heating alternative for the two school buildings in the district. This year she is serving as Treasurer of the SAU41 Governing Board’s Budget Committee.
Michelle currently works as an Information Officer for the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, which allows her to combine her passion for the environment with her professional skills as a writer and communicator.
To put it simply, she wants to give back to her community and make our state better, stronger, and accessible to all.
6:30pm - 8:30pm at the Lawrence Barn, Hollis NH
* This event is sold out.
Available from the Hollis Town clerk until 5:00pm on 11/5, or download below:
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You talk; she'll listen. Michelle feel this is the best way for her to understand the issues impacting our community and our state.