Bachelor's in Graphic Design, Craft & Material Studies
Michelle integrated design thinking with ISET-International’s systems thinking approach—developing tools for collaboration and engagement, as well as creative communications that enhance the quality of interdisciplinary and intercultural communication. She investigated frameworks that are used to catalyze systems-level change. She lead the organizations design and communications efforts across all digital and print media.
Michelle has supported design and communications work for organizations in Colorado, Illinois, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington D.C. since 2006. And through her work at ISET-International she collaborates with organizations and teams in our locations across South and Southeast Asia. She earned a dual degree, Bachelor of Fine Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University's School of the Arts, graduating with honors. Her degrees include Graphic Design, Craft & Material Studies. She minored in Art history.
Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Communication
Analysis of Global and Regional Climate Change Models, Identification of Hazards and Its Socioeconomic Implications For The City of Jijiga, Ethiopia
Climate Variability & Social Transition
Resilience Narratives: Focused Communication to Catalyze Change
Sheltering From a Gathering Storm
Urgent Case for Recovery: What We Can Learn from the August 2014 Karnali River Floods in Nepal
Beyond Resilience: Case Studies
Beyond Resilience: It's More Than Just Flood Mitigation
Beyond Resilience: Jamestown Flood Bowls
Beyond Resilience: Water Scarcity in Kathmandu is a Governance Issue
#ResilienceMeans: Is Art and creative communication a Pathway for Collaborative Change?
Using Games to Demystify Complexity