Michelle Herrera is an Assistant Director of Programs for The Resolution Project. In this role, Michelle manages the resource and opportunity access for all Resolution Fellows and develops and oversees Resolution’s Pathway Partnership program. Prior to joining Resolution, Michelle worked in a program management and partnership capacity for multiple non-profits focusing on social innovation, education, and empowering underserved communities around the world, including the Inter-Agency Task Force on Israeli Arab Issues, Joint Distribution Committee, The Child Center of New York, and Shared Interest. In addition, she served on the Board of Ripple Effect Artists, a social enterprise organization that raises awareness and promotes education through theatre. Michelle attended St. John’s University where she received a Bachelor’s and Master’s in World History with a focus on socio-economic development and published research on the agricultural impact of diverse landowners and the socio-economic impact and history of introducing Shakespeare to Sierra Leone.