Michelle is a Research Advisor at BIT Americas, where she works with federal, state, and local governments to design and analyze public policy and operations in light of behavioral science. Additionally, she works with private sector partners in a range of industries to leverage behavioral insights and research methods to design and test social purpose innovations.
Michelle also contributes to BIT’s international development work, leveraging her experience before joining BIT designing and implementing a digital health record for maternal-child health centers in Rwanda.
Michelle holds a Master of Public Administration from NYU, where she conducted a study on electoral competitiveness and voter behavior. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in international political economy from Fordham University, where she graduated summa cum laude.