The IRL Social Clubs
“A party is only as interesting as the guests a host picks,” writes NY Times reporter Laura Holson.
“Our lives become freckled with possibilities the moment we step off the stable street of certainty and enter the less-traveled path of doubt.”
Fifty coffees interview with Lindsay Ratowsky
“The social worker from the South Bronx has something to offer the Wall Street executive. It’s just a matter of giving them that opportunity to do so.”
A manual for daily adventure
One of Michelle’s most popular posts is turned into a beautiful manifesto thanks to Bernadette Jiwa.
Conversation with Michelle Welsch
An interview on Nepali Radio Himali Sworharu’s “Open Mic.” Click to listen on SoundCloud and learn more about Michelle’s work in Nepal.
A first field trip for 60 students
Fundraising goal met to organize a two-day educational tour for the students of Matepani.
Dreams Worth Having
“In 2013, a group of daily givers, myself included, committed to provide seed funding to a fledgling social change project, 365 days a year,” writes Ari Nessel on HuffPost Impact.
Crowdfunding success for the Learning House
122 funders raised over $14k to build an education center in Nepal.
Published in International Journal
Michelle’s article National Geographic Magazine and the Power of Media: How an Elite Society Influenced American Perception can be found in “Crossing the Border,” an interdisciplinary journal published by the English Writers Association of Nepal.
Redefining success beyond money and power
“How do you start a social enterprise?”
Live from Nepal, Michelle addressed participants of Skovde Business Week. Watch the full presentation online.
Sharing food and ideas with Project Exponential
“What if a networking event was just a really cool dinner within an intimate environment? A dinner that provided an opportunity for dynamic doers and thinkers across myriad industries to share resources and ideas?”