Michéle Redwine is an educator with 35 years of executive – leadership experience in not-for-profit organizations, public sectors, educational institutions and local government entities. Michéle holds degrees in fine arts and (EEO) equal employment opportunity studies and has developed a variety of new programs to create a winning tradition of educational excellence. Her aim is to create sustainable change in the area of diversity and facilitate momentum towards creating a fully inclusive institutional culture. She is recognized as a visual arts instructor, an accomplished executive with expert knowledge in diversity education linking education and business in the execution of programs that support institutional diversity vision, recruitment, awareness programs, and cultural learning. In her retirement years, she is recognized as a successful artist and sculptor.
Education & Career
Currently: Diversity Education Consultant / Sculptor
Education: BFA – Boston University,
Certification Equal Employment Opportunities – Cornell University
Human Resources in the development of leading innovative diversity initiatives, policies, practices, programs and talent management strategies. Community Partnership Development, Artist/Sculptor, Visual Arts Educator, Trainer
The Ringling, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Board of Trustees
The Hermitage Artist Retreat, Board of Trustees