Michelle is a wife, mother, and concerned citizen with a heart for service. She is running to become the South Carolina State House Representative in District 114. She wants to make it easier to build and raise families by increasing housing affordability, fixing the flooding, and working to make school choice an actual choice for everyone by funding school buses for the charter schools. Michelle launched her campaign because she believes better decisions are made when there are diverse points of views represented.
She grew up in a home with a legacy of service. As the daughter of a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, Michelle learned the value of organization, discipline, and serving our country. She was appointed to Commissioner of Charleston County Parks and Recreation in 2021 and she leads monthly food distributions at the Pink House Neighborhood Resource Center in West Ashley, SC. Michelle used her platform as Mrs. Charleston America 2020 to promote financial education and is a member of the school board at her son’s school. She is a team leader and environmental justice steering committee member of the Charleston Area Justice Ministry, a diverse network of faith-based organizations that work together to promote justice in Charleston, SC.