Michelle is an Argentinian theatre director and cultural manager who lives in Buenos Aires with her husband, son, and dog. She holds a degree in theater direction from Palermo University and is passionate about creating experiences and alternative ways to surprise the audience. She believes that every cultural or educational space is an opportunity to make a real difference and transform others, creating unforgettable experiences in the process. For Michelle being an artist means challenging herself to constantly find new things and break through our personal boundaries and limits. Her last two theater productions, Proyecto Posadas and Proyecto Garage, were staged in non-conventional locations, inviting the audience to a unique antique barber shop and a small parking lot. She is currently working on her next project, which will be staged in a small soccer field. As a consultant for corporate social responsibility, she produces cultural and educational projects that mix traditional education with innovative ideas that include tecnology, audiovisuals, and, of course, theatre. Michelle is commited to Jewish traditions and values. She is a member of the Lazos team, which helps regional Jewish communities grow by creating networking experiences and regional integration among institutional leaders. She participated in the first summit in 2014 in Iguazu, Argentina, and is working on this year´s event in Cancún, México. This year she is also producing Teatron, a Jewish theatre festival for local communities that promotes integration through art.