Mentor Coaching For Teenagers & Young Adults
This intimate and unique mentor coaching program created by personal development trailblazer – Michelle Marie King is designed to provide flexible and individualized support that meets our client at any stage of their journey. We work with young adults ages 15-28 from across the globe. Our coaching topics range from normal everyday situations like time management and budgeting to some of life’s greatest challenges like drugs, sex and anxiety.
Our highly trained mentor coaches are far from average; they go beyond simply listening and providing a pre-packaged answer. Our mentors are personally matched with each mentee to ensure a successful, positive relationship. They share their own relevant life experiences and strive for the co-creation of solutions with each one of their mentees.
Our most popular program includes (1) 1-hour one-on-one coaching session every other week between the student and the coach and 24/7 access to the coach via a free, private video-to video app. Coaching also includes a customized and confidential drop box that houses over $5,000 worth of positive psychology tools & other resources that we’ve curated and created over the past 5 years. This program is all inclusive and starts at $240 / month. (Prices subject to change)
Absolutely! We offer up to four sessions per month if both the mentee and the parent feel that amount of support is necessary. This can be assessed during our Enrich & Empower meetings leading up to solidifying your participation in this program.
We understand that true and lasting growth cannot happen overnight. Each recipient starts off with a six-month minimum coaching commitment because we need that length of time to establish a positive and personal relationship with our students, and our students need that time to develop their tool kit. Our goal is to always get our students to independently live a healthy, positive self-fulfilling life using the tools, resources and life-skills we instilled before the end of the program. Average clients stay with their mentor between six months and two years.
Yes – you can cancel at anytime once you enter into a coaching contract. We are fortunate to say that we have NEVER had anyone cancel a contract early once they started working with us, however, we understand that situations change. If a client needs to cancel a contract, they are welcome to do so at anytime with zero penalty. We ask that they cancel via email to email@example.com and finish out the month they are currently in to set the student up for success without their coach.
Our mentor coaches are trained to handle over 500 different scenarios. Our intention is to be a non-bias third party to help with ANY problems that you wish to discuss confidentially including sexual orientation, sex, drugs, goal setting, finding and building positive relationships, emotional intelligence, relationship to self, spirituality, time management and many more!
One of the most common misconceptions about life coaching is that it is therapy in disguise — or, worse yet, therapy from an unlicensed practitioner. In reality, life coaching is truly its own unique service designed to help the recipient achieve success and fulfillment in any and all areas of life.
The idea behind therapy is to focus on past traumas and issues to change self-destructive habits, repair and improve relationships and work through painful feelings. In this sense, therapy focuses on the past and on introspection and analysis, with the hope of resolving past issues and creating a happier, more stable future.
The difference between a life coach and therapist is that a life coach sets clients up with short & long term solutions for positive growth. Through life coaching, a client works with a coach in order to clarify goals and identify obstacles and problematic behaviors and then create action plans to achieve desired results. The process of life coaching takes the client’s current starting point as an acceptable neutral ground and is more action-based from that point onward. A life coach enables the recipient to take control of their life and take action to steer it toward their goals.
The term ‘mentor coach’ was coined and trademarked by our Founder – Michelle Marie King. This form of life coaching is a truly customized experience for the people and families we work with. For some of our mentees, we are a big sister / big brother, a motivator and/or an accountability partner, and for others we are a true coach pushing them out of their comfort zone and mentoring them on topics they need to aid in their personal growth and future success. Our coaches are trained to be a chameleon in the way they coach. This customized support makes this a particularly special experience for the people we work with.
Our primary age range is 15-28 years old simply because we have found that students within this age range are most open and able to do the type of introspection work we are encouraging, however, we have worked with students as young as 10 years old and as old as 28. We believe that everyone deserves to connect to SELF and as long as you can communicate effectively about yourself to your coach – we are able to support you in that discovery! We also offer parent coaching as a way to provide continued support to the entire family during the student’s experience with Positive Presence.
Our proprietary pre-coaching process allows all parties to learn about Positive Presence, strategize support and assess goals and intentions for a customized coaching experience. These meetings are designed to provide answers and clarity in a non-judgmental, confidential and positive environment. The following two complimentary meetings prior to starting coaching aid all parties in determining if this is a good fit.
The Enrich Meeting: Our corporate sales team schedules a short phone call with the responsible party to answer all of your logistical questions and learn more about Positive Presence.
The Empower Meeting: This 30 minute to one-hour long Zoom meeting is a free coaching assessment between the prospective student and their preferred Positive Presence coach. This meeting allows both the coach and the student to get on the same page as far as the expected coaching experience through Positive Presence.
We use Zoom as our tele-coaching platform.
Parents can be as involved or uninvolved in this process as they’d like to be. Once a family enters into a contract with us, they are provided with the coaches personal contact information. We encourage parents to send text messages with updates, areas of concern or questions to the coach as frequently as they’d like.
It is very common for parents to let this be an experience JUST for their kids and take a hands-off approach with the coach. We establish positive, long-lasting relationships with our students and are constantly in support of them. For most parents, that’s their number one priority.
A $50 one-time, non-refundable admin fee is assessed when you first become a client of Positive Presence. This fee covers the 5-7 hours it takes our admin and coaching team to onboard the student into our program, create their custom access to our tools and resources and set up a client account. 100% of this fee accumulates in a savings account throughout the year and is used to provide our services free of charge to families who cannot otherwise afford these services.
There are no additional costs beyond your monthly retainer unless you use a credit card as your form of payment in which case we assess a 4% convenience fee on those charges. Alternatively, we offer ACH debit as an option to avoid this fee.
We pride ourselves on our discretion. We have an intended three-way confidentiality policy that protects all parties involved in this coaching process. The student’s mentor coach signs an NDA in their training that allows them to act as the intermediary between the student, the parents or responsible party and Positive Presence corporate.
Anything the student divulges is kept confidential between the student and their coach therefore allowing our students to be vulnerable, raw and authentic. The same is true for anything that is shared between the parents and the coach. We want each party to feel safe in their own narrative. The lines of communication are always kept open between corporate Positive Presence Global and each coach and the confidentiality is transferred to Positive Presence Global at any time if the coach needs support with the family and / or student they are working with.
Every student that has completed their mentor coaching program through Positive Presence Global attests to feeling more positive, resilient, self-reliant and confident in themselves then when they started in the program. We have heard from former students that this program helped them find their purpose, becom more goal oriented, practice better time management skills, and feel confident in making fulfilling, positive decisions for themselves.
We’ve seen how the types of relationships and conversations our coaches facilitate allows our students to feel safe to explore, comfortable to share and open to dive deep into some of the hardest aspects of personal development.
So to us, we have 100% success rate. Our students are forever positively impacted by their journey through Positive Presence Global and each experience is uniquely rewarding.
We offer references, written and / or video testimonials from both parents and students on our website at danm66.sg-host.com, on google or via Facebook. Additional letters of recommendation and references are available upon request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once our coaches are approved to begin training, they start our three-phase Positive Presence Mentor Certification Program – a proprietary 60-day intensive training.
Phase One is a one-on-one, hands-on experience in which our coaches get an in-depth understanding of our S.E.L.F. Philosophy, our coaching P.I.L.L.A.R.S., our proprietary ‘Perspective Coaching Process’ & a clear understanding of how to support their mentees the Positive Presence way.
In Phase Two, each of our coaches are provided a non paying scholarship recipient from our Foundation to gain valuable field experience. Over the next 30 days (phase 2 of their certification) they are required to put in a minimum of 5 hours of online training watching client approved session recordings. Additionally, they must be present to (5) 1-hour coaching sessions conducted by current coaches for additional field training.
Phase 3 of our certification process requires getting 100% on our certification exam. This sometimes 2-3 hour exam includes 50 what-if scenarios presented to each coach by a corporate trainer. Each scenario has been extracted from coaching situations we’ve experienced within Positive Presence since inception. The intention of this exam is to ensure that our coaches can maintain integrity with our core-coaching principles, utilize our ‘Prospective Coaching Process’ and think on their feet to positively and proactively support each student in various scenarios.
As you can imagine, this is NOT an easy process for our coaches or our corporate training team, but we understand the importance of the lives we impact and we take every precaution necessary to make sure our coaches are ready to inspire and support their mentees. The coaches that make it past these three phases become Positive Presence certified mentor coaches and begin coaching company wide. Our coaches are exemplary! They are passionately motivated to change the lives of the people they coach and they are dedicated to that mission through and through.
We understand that true and lasting growth cannot happen overnight. Each recipient starts off with a six-month minimum coaching commitment because we need that length of time to establish a positive and personal relationship with our students and our students need that time to develop their tool kit. Our goal is to always get our students to independently live a healthy, positive self-fulfilling life using the tools, resources and life-skills we instilled before the end of the program. Average clients stay with their mentor between six months and two years.
At Positive Presence we believe that each individual deserves a mentor coaching program that is as unique as they are! In that sense, there isn’t just ONE Positive Presence mentoring program, there is a different, personalized version for every individual we work with while still maintaining our core coaching P.I.L.L.A.R.S as outlined below.
Whether You Want Someone Who Can...
Listen to You Validate & Challenge Your Decisions Hold You Accountable Cheer for You & Celebrate YOU Share in Your Emotional Ups & Downs Help You Take Inspired Action Brainstorm Ways to Solve Problems Help You with Time Management Coach You to Attract Positive Relationships Ask You Hard Questions Simply be There for You Unconditionally Motivate You to Achieve Your Goals
A Mentor Coach Is For You!
Whether You Want Someone Who Can...
Listen to You Hold You Accountable Cheer for You & Celebrate YOU Ask You Hard Questions
A Mentor Coach Is For You!
At Positive Presence Global, we don’t just accept differences – we celebrate them! Universal acceptance and mutual respect for all are at the heart of our company. As such, we are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our teammates are critical to our success as a global company, therefore we promote diversity of thought, culture, and background and seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool so that everyone has an equal opportunity to thrive in this company.
Dustin, originally from St. Louis, Missouri, is one of our college aged coaches who is currently obtaining a degree in Finance and Accounting from the University of Indiana. Dustin serves as the Associate Director of Community Service for his Business Fraternity and also sits on the Board of Directors for our non-profit, Positive Presence Foundation. He loves to spend his down time hiking, hammocking with friends, and drawing. Dustin is passionate about helping teenagers because there were many times in his life that he didn’t know what he would have done without the support of people that reached out to help him. He believes asking for help should never make one feel like a burden. Dustin is an introvert who is finding his voice through mentor coaching, and is able to relate with his students by putting himself in their shoes. His sense of humor and generous personality is what makes him stand out as a coach. Dustin is an easy-going mentor who always tries to find the light even in dark times and stays positive by reminding himself of all that he is grateful for in life.
Thea is an aspiring actress making the jump from her hometown of Colorado Springs, Colorado to Los Angeles, California. She has been working in the TV and film industry for 7 years. In order to further pursue her acting career, Thea graduated High School early with honors and an above 4.0 GPA. Growing up, she participated in Competitive Taekwondo and Cheerleading. This empathetic, welcoming mentor continues to have a positive mindset by addressing her negative thoughts and always finding the good in every situation. Although she is young, she is not afraid to shed light on difficult topics within today’s society. She views herself as an old soul born within the iGeneration. Watching as those around her are negatively impacted by the world today, she wants to be able to use this asset to help others. Thea strongly believes in people making a name for themselves and, as a mentor, will not allow social media or other resources to define who her students are. Rather, she will encourage them to come from a place of authenticity and develop into the person they aspire to become.
Blake Petersen is a determined first generation college student living in Kansas City. She works with a local non-profit, Support Kansas City, who provide new and upcoming non-profits the tools and resources essential for growth. Blake prides herself on her compassionate mentorship style with talents in actively listening and responding to others. Blake loves being outdoors and reading books in her spare time. Her family and fur babies are two of the most important things in her life. She maintains a positive mindset by reflecting on her accomplishments, her strengths, and the adversities she has overcome. Blake strives to be that non-judgmental, listening ear that she wishes she could’ve had during her teenage years. She is extremely resilient and hopes to teach others the power of resiliency. Blake is passionate about providing support during the uncertainties of life, sharing her experiences, and ensuring her students see all that life has to offer.
Karen is currently studying Psychology and Criminology at the University of Arizona, with hopes of making positive contributions to the lives of others in her future career. She is extremely involved at her University, holding board positions in SPURS Honorary and Circle K International, while also maintaining a 4.0 GPA. Karen is passionate about nature, travel, and her Christian faith, and has the ability to connect with people from all walks of life. Karen is an empathetic and inspiring mentor who believes practicing gratitude is an integral aspect of remaining positive. Her past experiences with mental illness, lack of self-esteem, and toxic environments have given her knowledge in just how dark life can get. Karen believes that coming out the other side of this adversity and finding her most authentic self was one of the most invigorating feelings she has ever experienced. It is now Karen’s goal as a mentor to help others reach their fullest potential.
Cheyanne Peters, a first generation college student born and raised in Kansas, graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelors in Psychology and Minor in Applied Behavioral Science. Her passion for helping teenagers feel confident, successful and prepared for their next chapter in life stems from multiple years of working with at-risk youth.
Cheyanne has experience working in a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility rehabilitating children who have endured severe trauma, abuse and neglect and as a result developed behavioral/mood disorders. A former Mentor Program Facilitator at a Juvenile Detention Center, Cheyanne became an expert at aiding youth in their positive transition into society and adulthood. An empathetic and enthusiastic mentor, Cheyanne believes everyone deserves to live a joyful and fulfilling life – a profound passion that drives her in her coaching career.
Jamal was born and raised in Georgetown, Guyana and moved to the United States at the age of 12. His experience in the mental health industry the past six years has made him an expert in supporting and guiding young men and women living with autism and intellectual disability. He is also the co-founder of a small construction company based in New York. Jamal’s passionate approach to personal development, calming charisma and innovative techniques to understanding emotional awareness make him an excellent mentor to our Positive Presence coaching team. He stays positive by constantly reflecting on his own journey while creating a safe and positive space for others to do the same. Jamal travels to Guyana on a yearly basis promoting the importance of wellness care and healthy living habits in underserved communities.
Currently a student at UNC-Pembroke, Jamal is in pursuit of his Master’s in Business Administration and Finance. He plans to use his degrees to bolster his current skill set and promote the importance of entrepreneurship in underserved communities in the United States and Guyana.
Elysa Swenson, a charismatic Kansas native and certified CNA, is currently in pursuit of her BSN in Nursing at the University of Kansas. As a former student of the Positive Presence Mentor Coaching program, Elysa found an insatiable amount of purpose and self-acceptance, something she attributes her new-found sense of peace and positivity to. Elysa’s awakening was in understanding that living a life of light and love comes when you decide to simply CHOOSE that life.
Since graduating from Positive Presence as a student, Elysa felt a deep responsibility and higher calling to help her generation find the same. Her passion for person-centered care coupled with her determination to help her generation find THEIR purpose makes her an excellent Mentor Coach for Positive Presence Global!
Angela is a Speaker, Master NLP Practitioner and Life Coach from Orange County, California. When Angela was 7 years old, she suffered a traumatic brain injury due to a fall. She underwent an 8 hour brain surgery followed by a 2 week coma. When she woke up, she lost her ability to speak and was completely paralyzed on the right side of her body. Angela had to go through thousands of hours of rehab to learn how to talk, walk, and find ways to live with just one arm. Doctors had told her that her life looks dim and that she will not be able to go to college, drive, nor live independently for the rest of her life. She felt despair, hopelessness, and shame from such a young age. She struggled with anxiety, depression, and ADHD ever since she can remember. However, her physical disability and mental health challenges did not stop her. With an incredible amount of resilience and grit, she decided to go after her dreams and graduated from U.C.L.A. with a degree in Psychology, learned how to drive and cook with just her left arm. Angela went to grad school for Speech Pathology but soon realized that her life had a different calling. Angela went on a deep personal development journey and found her passion and purpose in coaching to help others overcome their challenges. She finds life’s truest joys and fulfillment in working with teens and young adults helping them to discover their unique strengths and inner power by taking them on a self-reflective and transformative journey and helping guide them to a life of confidence, fulfillment, and purpose.
Remy, who moved to the US from Egypt at the age of 25, is a personal trainer and life coach passionate about helping young women and their mothers achieve their life and fitness goals. As a mother of two boys, she has seen first-hand how mental health can negatively impact one’s life. Remy desires to be the empathetic mentor she longed to have growing up. Overcoming many adversities, her story is beyond empowering. Despite a toxic family environment in her youth, depression, and the loss of her fiancé to brain cancer, she was led to use her darkness as a vehicle for light. Instead of thinking “why me?” – Remy has cultivated resiliency through practicing gratitude and began to shift her perspective. She realized the culmination of her life experiences helped her become the strong, caring, and loving person, life coach and mother she is today.
A certified life coach, Danielle has a bachelor’s in business and has made it her mission to guide every teen and young adult in finding their passion in life. Born and raised in Nashville, TN, Danielle focused her budding coaching career on helping the next generation build confidence in interviews, public speaking, self-image, etiquette, competition, and charisma. One of her greatest joys is helping her students find purpose and navigate through life to become the best version of themselves.
Practicing her own path to purpose, Danielle has volunteered in after-school programs and has mentored youth through programs like ‘End Slavery’. Being so tightly connected to the next generation, Danielle can relate to the pressures of grades, sports, competitions, and trying to fit in. Danielle specializes in time management, having a healthy routine, positive mindset, money management, career, and personal growth. Aside from being a life coach, Danielle has a background of being a director in sales, property management, marketing, and entrepreneurship and has a personal goal to get her Master Certification in Life Coaching.
Lyndsey is a laid-back, passionate and open-minded mentor from Ohio. As a former college athlete, high school coach, first-generation college graduate and CrossFit competitor; Lyndsey is passionate about and runs her own fitness and nutrition business. Previously a teacher of 10 years, Lyndsey believes we can fill in the gaps in our education system by educating and preparing the next generation for LIFE, lessons she wished she would have learned in high school and beyond. Having 7 siblings in her very-blended family, Lyndsey has experienced first-hand many struggles within the family dynamic including divorce, the foster care system, alcoholism, and mental health. She credits her positive outlook to always trying to find the positive in every situation. Her own journey of self-discovery and self-love has been full of ups and downs and attributes her tenacity to the importance she’s placed on growth and awareness at every turn. She wants to create a safe space where others can show up authentically, without judgement but also challenged to grow.
Gisella Howe is a multi-lingual mother of four. She is a passionate young entrepreneur, born in Brazil to a police officer in the military father and a housekeeper mother. She helped raise her two brothers, until she was nineteen years old. She has overcome immense darkness from Cancer, divorce and Postpartum Depression to PTSD, homelessness, PMDD and Narcolepsy. Her diagnosis and labels don’t define her but rather feed her passion of helping other parents overcome their traumas and tribulations. She is fierce and in between loving her husband and children she has found a way to love herself! She is continuously on a journey of self-empowerment and education and is enrolled as a student to pursue a degree in liberal arts and philosophy. After ten years in the medical field as a surgical nurse and medical director, she decided to change careers and pursue her passion as a life mentor coach and motivational speaker. Gisella and her husband are actively working on their first book about relationships and how to raise adults in a social media invaded society. Her life’s mission is to leave a legacy of self-love, self-mastery and accountability to the future generation. In her eight years coaching and educating herself in the art of mentorship, she has developed tremendous amounts of insight. She incorporates her life experiences and empathetic nature to provide other parents with tangible tools for a life changing experience – an incredible gift she now brings to our team.
Wafeeq has spent multiple years working with today’s youth. In addition to his Mentor Coaching Certification with Positive Presence, he is certified as a youth, parent, and family coach. A natural born leader, Wafeeq has overcome extreme obstacles and adversity in his lifetime. Because of his own experiences he appreciates and recognizes the value of having someone beside you on the journey of life. A true believer in the importance of life skills and personal awareness, Wafeeq is fully committed to helping the next generation make a healthy and positive transition into adulthood. A true visionary, Wafeeq has learned to lean on his own positive psychology toolbox to help those he works with. Coupled with his strong connection to self and unwavering connection to his faith, he remains a positive role model to all those he works with. His passion and purpose filled lifestyle resonates with everyone he has the pleasure of engaging with.
As a first-generation college graduate, a minority, and a woman, Don’Taisha Greene, has a true appreciation for uniqueness. Practicing authenticity and appreciating others’ uniqueness has allowed her to establish herself as a connected, dynamic leader and resource in her professional and educational career. Her crucial encounters in the education, healthcare, and social services realm have enhanced her cultural competencies and gifted her the observational acumen required to be a change maker.
Don’Taisha has learned to navigate the world of youth mentorship firsthand through trial and error. She is passionate about the next generation because she understands first-hand the litany of challenges that they face. She specializes in connecting students to the tools that will take them to the next level and has emerged from her previous roles as an educator, trained facilitator, and program coordinator. It is now Don’Taisha’s goal as a mentor to help others define life strategies and map out the path to their success.
Originally from Kansas City, Jack Blake spent his early 20’s learning how to captain sailboats and yachts. One of his most noted accomplishments is becoming a sailboat captain for the annual Yacht Week, exploring exotic locations. Jack aspires to help others create the lifestyle of their dreams just as he did by choosing to embark on a path less traveled. Getting outside in nature, exercising and nutrition are some of the most important things day to day for this adventurous mentor. Being able to pause, relax and enjoy moments while challenging himself and never becoming complacent is something he prides himself on. Jack has always noticed a spark when he is helping people reach their goals. There has always been a passion inside him to influence and inspire those younger than him to make mindful choices.
Katlyn is a passionate, strong-willed mentor, born & raised in Kansas. Striving to make a positive impact, she has a fierce pursuit for social justice and equality. Katlyn has experience working with the Kansas Department of Corrections and has been promoted multiple times, currently assuming the role of Restorative Justice Specialist. Her ability to advocate, validate, and empathize is what makes her a memorable mentor. Katlyn finds it important to find bits of light within the darkness, focusing on those blessings in disguise, and helps those she works with to do the same. Katlyn believes teenagers and young adults are an untapped population of individuals who are needing more resources and support than currently available to them. She has seen first-hand how systems and society fail this population and how imperative it is to their success and well-being to have someone who can be a light and witness in their life.
A student at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, Emily is motivated to become a successful Transformational Life Coach. Best known for her uplifting energy, this incredibly gifted professional uses active listening to provide a safe place for her students to express themselves and be seen, heard & acknowledged without judgement. Emily stays positive by writing & saying affirmations, practicing gratitude and meditation, and journaling about her journey – techniques she encourages all of her students to elicit positive change. She prides herself on meeting her students where they’re at and sets intention to be present in every moment. Her passion for being a mentor coach with Positive Presence is deeply seeded by the lack of judgement-free support and guidance she had when she was younger. Emily strives to be a positive role model and encourage the next generation to be the most unapologetically authentic versions of themselves.
Tonica Johnson, a first-generation college student from Cleveland, has a Master’s of Education from the University of Dayton. She is a former high school teacher of 7 years and now lives in Colorado, where she owns her own college planning business. Believing that the traditional education system doesn’t always teach the skills that are necessary for life, she has felt called to help do so herself, and her students have always looked to her as a mentor and role model. Tonica has had to face her fair share of adversity within her family, from alcoholism to divorce, and credits her positive mindset to practicing gratitude and the support of others in her life. Her own journey to self-love and self-worth has been full of ups and downs, but she truly believes that everyone is able to have a successful, positive, fulfilling life, and is passionate about helping others discover that for themselves. Tonica is always ready to listen without judgment and provides a safe, supportive space for healing and growth. She inspires others to become confident, driven people excited about going out and making our world better, one day at a time.
The youngest of three children, Thomas was involved in everything under the sun from travel basketball and baseball to track and field. After years of high-intense sports and summer months with a math and reading tutor, Thomas realized he had lost his sense of self. After starting at the University of Kansas and joining a fraternity, he got caught up in college life. Thomas started to develop and show signs of anxiety, depression, OCD, ADD, and insomnia. As his grades began to decline, self-isolation, drugs and alcohol became a coping mechanism. Recognizing the peril of his decisions, he made a decision to shift his life in a more positive direction. Sophomore year Thomas sought a new major in Unified Early Childhood Education and began to celebrate 6 straight semesters on honor roll, graduated with a 3.5 GPA, met the love of his life, and landed a job teaching first grade. Focusing on his sobriety and future with his fiancé, Thomas is continuing to work on himself every day as a happier, stronger version of who he once was.
Michelle Marie King is the premier Confidence Coach for teenagers, young adults and young entrepreneurs across the globe. She founded Positive Presence Global – the largest confidence coaching company in North America – and has helped people worldwide find their confidence in all aspects of their life. Michelle’s engaging and energetic personality coupled with her ability to motivate has distinguished her as a personal development trailblazer.
In her career as a model, philanthropist, emcee, entrepreneur, spokesperson and public speaker, Michelle has appeared on radio, television, billboards and print in over 15 different states for her community efforts and her ongoing business ventures.