Michelle Muri finds power in exploring the way our unexplored money narratives impede our personal freedom and impact in the world. A successful fundraising consultant, strategist and facilitator, Michelle brings expertise to local and international spaces, workshops and talks building awareness and momentum towards positive frameworks. Current clients include Edgar Villanueva, in support of his book, Decolonizing Philanthropy (October 2018).
Previous leadership experiences include a decade with Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, the largest immigrant rights organization in the US, as well as roles with iLEAP, Cedar River Clinics and Escuela Adelante. She is a 2013 Fellow of the Shriver National Center on Poverty Law and a 2011 recipient of NYU’s Lead the Way Fellowship for the Women of Color Policy Network. Michelle is a member of the Iranian American Women Foundation and a proud supporter of the racial justice and immigrant rights movements.