AboutWith more than 20 years combined leadership experience in marketing, communications, business development, human resource management, public speaking, and coaching, Lisa-Michelle is an award-winning professional and adjunct professor who has served as a mentor for emerging professionals and students throughout her career.
Lisa-Michelle is dedicated to cyber-safety and cyberbullying prevention advocacy, teaming up with legislators and advocates to review current laws, prevention and victim support initiatives, and best practices. She provides resources and guidance to individuals, schools, and organizations to promote cyber-safety, help diminish cyberbullying, and foster communication with empathy, kindness, and respect. She serves as the volunteer marketing director for the Long Island Coalition Against Bullying.
When Lisa-Michelle is not passionately working to accomplish her goals and help others achieve success, she enjoys hiking, traveling, cooking, baking, reading, and spending time with friends and family. She is a two-time 52 Hike Challenge Finisher and completed Hiker Babes' Journey to 100 this spring.
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Monthly Archives: March 2019
By Jennifer Bridges, Reputation Defender There are certain risks involved in using social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter—and these risks are especially dangerous for young people, who may not be aware of these threats or fully understand their consequences. … Continue reading →
By Sue Scheff Don’t feed the trolls. We’ve heard this over and over again. It is a phrase that tells us not to engage with people online that are intentionally inflicting harm and cruelty towards others. In today’s culture of … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Reputation Defender, by Jennifer Bridges What to do if your child is a cyberbully? It’s hard to not overreact when you discover that your child is harassing others. But, the best way to move forward is to stay … Continue reading →