Well, I am curious who this Michelle Bart is who still has the Anthony’s thinking Caylee is alive. From what I can tell, she is a problem and just can’t let things go. The Anthony’s do need to let go and FACE REALITY. Here is what I found out about this woman who is leading the Anthony astray:
Michelle was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and has lived in Los Angeles County over fifteen years. Known to many in Southern California as the founder of the Foothill Arthritis Connection, Michelle has over 20 years experience in event production, fundraising, non-profit management, and media communications. Michelle holds a communication’s degree and has applied her education and expertise to helping businesses and organizations obtain visibility through the media, community relations, and the Internet. Michelle’s talents, creativity, and an eye for detail have captured the attention of community leaders, politicians, and the Hollywood elite throughout the United States. Three year’s ago Michelle launched a new company called Helping Heroes, Inc. and later opened Helping Heroes Productions: clients include non-profit and for-profit organizations needing marketing, capital development, and public relations.
Michelle has served on many boards and committees over the years with such organizations like: Soroptimist International Desert Coast Region, Irwindale, Azusa, and Glendora Chamber of Commerces, The American Cancer Society, The National Fibromyalgia Association, The Arthritis Foundation, GLAAD, and The Human Rights Campaign. Through her efforts to see equality brought to the San Gabriel Valley, Michelle partnered with The Human Rights Campaign Federal Club-Los Angeles and her company, Helping Heroes Productions; this partnership resulted in a front page spread “Lesbian Business Owner Brings Equality to Valley” which began her new mission to help push for equality for all humanity!
Michelle’s writings and photos can be seen in Southland Blues Magazine, Soap Opera Magazine, Curve Magazine, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Sun-Sentinel, Miami Herald, and Not Born Yesterday to name a few. Michelle just relocated to Portland/Vancouver to be closer to family. In her spare time, she enjoys wine tasting, playing with her nieces, and relaxing at a day spa.