Michelle Alten-Kaehler is a college planning consultant advising students of diverse socio-economic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds on the Eastside. Through her work, she has seen the need for making social services, higher education, housing, and career opportunities more available for our youth and young adults.
She is also the founder and president of Threads for Tomorrow, a non-profit that works to empower village women in the Oaxaca region of Mexico. As a community volunteer, Michelle has worked on issues including educational equity, gun safety, and environmental protection. She has volunteered for local schools, Youth Eastside Services, Sophia Way, the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility, and Global Washington.
During her time off, Michelle is often traveling with her husband, assisting with his international photography tours. She enjoys reading, learning languages, hiking, skiing, and cycling with her family in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.