Michele Luc is a facilitator, curriculum writer and educational consultant who has over 20 years experience working in the fields of education, health and human services with a specialty in youth services, sexual health and diversity. She is currently working at Cornell University Cooperative Extension in NYC where she is part of a team that oversees 58 sexual heath programs throughout New York State by offering training and technical assistance. She also serves as a STEM coach for two non-profit organizations in the Bronx and East Harlem. Prior to Cornell, she worked at the youth organization, Global Kids, Inc, where she ran programs at over 10 NYC high schools and middle schools, and co-coordinated various projects including gender-based programs for girls at three high schools in Brooklyn and several youth peer education programs. She has facilitated interactive workshops for youth and adults though-out the US as well as in Croatia, South Africa, Haiti, and Norway.
Michele possesses a Master’s degree from Columbia University School of Social Work and a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work from New York University. She also consults for several different organizations and sits on the Community Advisory Board for two charter schools: Humanities III and Advanced Math & Science III on the Sheepshead Bay Campus.