Michelle is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of professional experience in content development. More specifically, she is an Atlanta-based creative and a native of Georgia. She is a graduate of Georgia State University and studied journalism and sociology.
Exploring how social context and human relationships shape substance abuse drives her (along with coffee).
She spent time living and working on the west coast before returning to Georgia. While in California, she participated in community organizing and outreach initiatives. She has seen the impact of addiction on families, communities, and society as a whole. Strategies for mental wellness and addiction treatment catch her attention.
Michelle’s experiences living coast-to-coast have influenced her work. She values empathy, authenticity, and dedication to serving a higher purpose. She knows the constant challenges individuals face on their path to recovery. She aims to be a trusted advocate in the field.
Content creation brings these elements together for her. Producing well-researched articles and clear communications motivates her. Whether it’s clothes, clutter, or words, she will organize them. She embraces new projects with a deep curiosity and a need to understand the subject at hand.
One of her superpowers is building lasting relationships with clients of all sizes. From startups to Fortune 500 companies. She provides personalized strategies that fit their individual needs.
Drawing on personal connections and professional expertise, Michelle understands the industry’s best practices. She’s dedicated to delivering content that empowers individuals on their wellness journey. This is how she impacts individuals struggling with addiction, plus the communities affected.
The human-technology connection fascinates her. And how great products can improve lives. She loves a good story, jewel tones, and bullet journals. She firmly believes there is never a bad time for brunch.