Associate Program Manager, Children of Prisoners Program
Michele supports national ministry Program Partners at Prison Fellowship International, bringing 17 years’ experience working with human and social services organizations within the criminal justice field. Michele specializes in supportive services provision and gives operations coordination and program management support to national ministries.
Michele has worked for a variety of human and social services agencies. She has served diverse community and client populations to include both adult and minor criminal justice offenders, victims of crime and violence, mental health service recipients, human trafficking victims, and the homeless. From 2015 through 2019 Michele had the honor of serving the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Attorney General’s Office as an appointed Community Outreach Coordinator, providing supportive outreach and education services and legislative advocacy to community organizations and law enforcement agencies throughout the Commonwealth.
Michele holds a Bachelor’s in Integrative Studies and Psychology from George Mason University and a Master’s in Forensic Psychology from Marymount University.