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Michelle Rawcliffe serves as the Curriculum and Content Manager for CATCH Global Foundation. She is an accomplished health educator with over 25 years of experience, most recently teaching middle school Health Education to students in grades 5-8. She has worked at the school level, district level and state level as well as with national organizations and partners such as SHAPE America as a member of their Health Education Council, Cairn Guidance as a Dove Self-Esteem Project Cadre Trainer, and Erika’s Lighthouse as a Professional Community Ambassador. She recently served as the Vice President of Health for CTAHPERD and created the Connecticut Health Cadre. In 2022, Michelle was the Connecticut Middle School Health Education Teacher of the Year. She brings deep content knowledge and expertise in skills based health education curriculum implementation and development, Social and Emotional Literacy, out of school time, as well as public health and coordinated school health.

Michelle earned her undergraduate degree in School Health Education from West Chester University, Masters in Public Health from Southern Connecticut State University, and her School Leadership certification from Sacred Heart University.

Michelle grew up and currently resides in Connecticut with her family. She enjoys watching her kids play sports, hiking, swimming, gardening, traveling, visiting friends and family in the UK, baking and spending time with her rescue Ragdoll, Greta.