Mike is a recent graduate from Loyola University Chicago, where he received his Bachelor of Business Administration in business, marketing.
He worked as a Communications and Media Facilitator, educating adults with developmental and learning differences for one of the leading nonprofits in Silicon Valley, Hope Services. At Hope, he worked with a local community college to cultivate personal development, autonomy, interdependence, and emotional well-being, while incorporating technology.
At Loyola, he was a Marketing Assistant for both Student Government and for a community of family-owned businesses at Loyola’s Family Business Center. In his spare time, he worked as a freelance writer curating a Wikipedia page for a breast cancer survivor and advocates for the cause who ignited a national campaign called “Paint the Town Pink.” As a writer, educator, advocate, and marketing intern, he has established an educational framework, bridging communities together while offering digital, social, and written content as a resource.
Mike is elated to be joining the CHC team, to attentively address the national movement of 1 in 5, affecting those with learning and mental health needs. Work aside, Mike loves running and just finished his first half marathon in San Jose. He enjoys cinematic photography, cuddles with his Scottish Terrier, adventuring near and far and discovering new coffee shops.
- BBA, Marketing, Loyola University Chicago