Michelle was born in South America and grew up among diversities with a French Father and a Mother mixed Emerillon and Creole. By growing up between France, South America and the Caribbean she became interested in Anthropology and fascinated by cultural perceptions. Her first work was at 16 years old for an NGO which mission was to provide school material for the Kalinago (last Carib indigenous tribe) and from that time she hasn’t stop contributing to Education. First she was focussing on street children, homeless families and orphanages. Explorer, she studied Pickler, Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Freinet, Steiner pedagogies; she observed and worked in alternative kindergartens and primary schools.
In 2017, by attending the Human rights for Childbirth Conference held in Mumbai. She came to discover the terrible state of childbirth in the world. Pregnancy and Birth being a major threshold to bring more Peace to Humanity, she dived in supporting gentle birth and women rights for Dignity. Today she continues to contribute to Childbirth, to kindergartens, and to Permaculture (farm).