Michele has a proven track record of leading organizations to success. As an executive in the field of high technology, Michele led large (1500+) organizations that generated millions of dollars per day in company profits. She also led and coached many multi-national teams to achieve outstanding results. Today, Michele is a trusted advisor and coach to a number of top executives and business owners across the country. Her signature approach is an integrated blend of coaching, consulting, and training that leverages the latest in neuroscience and positive psychology. She is also the author of the B.M.O.R.E.® Leadership model.
Michele graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Master of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Science in Materials Science. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor degree in Industrial & Operations Engineering. Michele received her coach training from Corporate Coach University, a leading global provider of business and corporate coach training programs and services. She continually trains and integrates principles, models, and tools from the fields of neuroscience, positive psychology, cutting edge technology. Michele is also a Target Training International (TTI) associate and is certified in a number of psychometric assessments.
Michele is a frequent speaker and conference panelist on the topics of leadership, management, and entrepreneurship. She has taught classes at leading educational institutions including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Michigan, Arizona State University, and Chapman University. She has served as a Small Business Administration SCORE counselor, helping small businesses start-up and succeed. Michele has served on a number of non-profit boards, and she founded a national MIT networking group that has run for over a decade. She has served on a number of non-profit boards over the years. In 2018, Michele was a Los Angeles Business Journal Women’s Council Award nominee and an Orange County Business Journal Innovator of the Year award nominee.