Community Programs Coordinator
Dual degree -Bachelors in Elementary Education and Master’s in Special Education; Molloy University
Relevant Work Experience:
Michelle recently graduated from Molloy University in December 2021. She is a dedicated Childhood Education and Special Education Elementary school teacher with experience managing various ages between 5-16 years old. Michelle has worked as a supervisor for after school programs and was a long-term substitute teacher after graduating. Michelle embraces the challenges of educating young minds through a compassionate approach.
Why You Work at Frameworks:
I’ve discovered how crucial it is to cultivate social and emotional skills during my years at school and at work. I think it’s critical for both students and adults to develop self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, interpersonal skills, and social awareness needed for success in school, the workplace, and life. Through Frameworks of Tampa Bay, I am confident that we will work to assist students in developing emotional intelligence, which will provide them with the tools they need to be successful in life.