, Feb 29, 2016
Co-founder and Executive Director of SAYes, graduated from Roehampton University with a BA (Hons) in Education in 2007. After working in the music industry for 12 years Michelle trained and qualified with the UK Football Association as a coach. She went on to coach in London and New York for three years before becoming a full-time student in 2004 where she studied for a degree in Education with additional subjects in Human Rights and Philosophy. In 2008 Michelle received the Froebel Guild Award for her dissertation on children in care in South Africa and the UK. Since 2008 she has lived and worked in Cape Town, leading SAYes Youth Mentoring.