Michelle is a facilitation practitioner, focusing on work with the youth since 1999. As a young girl, her aspiration was to teach, and this aspiration has evolved over the years to bring her to where she is today. She has a multitude of experience and exposure, from developing curriculum for training programmes, and direct involvement in developing the youth through training and mentorship, to developing curriculum and development roadmaps for facilitators and teachers, and supporting teachers and facilitators through training, coaching and mentoring for be more effective in the work they do. Today, she is focusing on bridging her experience with the youth and her work with educators, to create, support and sustain a youth eco-system that will enable and empower courageous and compassionate leaders, now and in the future.
She actively blends her training curriculum with both outdoor and indoor elements, creating a seamless cycle of learning and application, especially in abstract areas such as core values, character development and leadership development.
She is a firm believer of the experiential learning process and is a life-long learner, always seeking opportunities to grow, learn and apply. She is actively practising the concept of the “Be-Do-Have” Model, aligning it to her practice as a facilitator, consultant and coach.