Michelle Blumenfeld has lived in El Paso since 1995. Her education began with a Bachelor's of Science in Child Development and Family Relations at the University of Arizona in 1989. After several years of working and traveling, Michelle continued her education with a Master's in Social Work in New York at Yeshiva University-Wurzweiler School of Social Work.
Michelle trained in 2014 at the Coaches Training Institute and is a Certified Co-Active Coach. Michelle is a member of the International Coach Federation.
In September of 2014, Michelle was honored to be a part of a national training with Dr. Brene' Brown. She is now a Certified Daring Way™ and Rising Strong Facilitator.
Michelle has been happily married for 22 years and is the proud mother of two daughters. She has served in the community as a volunteer for CASA, Avance and Parent Teacher Associations.
Back in November of 2013, Michelle was asked one question by her life coach that significantly changed her life. " What is it you have always wanted to do but are afraid to do it?" Michelle replied, "I have always wanted to be an athlete." That meaningful coaching session led Michelle to bring forth her inner athlete. In April of 2014, Michelle competed in her first mini-triathlon- The Mighty Mujer. Now Michelle is hooked and continues, swimming, biking and running all over El Paso.