Michelle Rossi, (White) is a graduate from Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. She has earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and a Michigan Teaching Certificate. She is the founder/CEO of the All About Me Program that is being utilized throughout many communities. The program is geared to teach today's youth how to build self-esteem, positive thinking, understand the creative mind, communicate better, learn about personality, friendships and how to set goals. Michelle's workbook All About Me, is the instructional tool used in the program which has been reviewed by Mort Crim and other news media. Michelle's workbook and program is by far helping today's youth grow socially and academically stronger.
Michelle has been published in Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul 2. Her story is called, "Start With The Truth." She has also been published in Chicken Soup for the Child's Soul. Her story is called, "Who's to Blame?" Chicken Soup for the American Idol Soul has published her story, "The Youngest Idol Fan."
All About Me Reviews:
Michelle's book is a winner by any standard--interesting, timely and on target for its young audience. Psychologists have long recognized that low self esteem is at the root of many social problems among our youth from promiscuity to violent crime. ALL ABOUT ME is a highly readable contribution to building self esteem and providing youngsters with a healthy perspective on their place in the world."
All the best ....
Mort Crim/ AUTHOR, BROADCASTER
With it's genial tone and open-ended questions, 'Getting to Know Me' provides a good way for young people to build self-esteem by learning more about themselves and their strengths and interests. At an age when they're just beginning to come into their own, these exercises will likely give them thoughtful insights about themselves, and in an encouraging and positive fashion."
K. Michelle Moran/C&G NEWS EDITOR
"All About Me provides the young reader with an opportunity develop their motivational potential through affirmation and self-reflection. Michelle's book invites the reader to learn skills in areas such as communication, positive thinking and goal setting. A very readable and helpful guide for moving toward one's interests, goals and motivational possibilities."
Dr. Michael G. MacDonald
Assistant Professor of Education at Oakland University,
Educational Psychologist, Teacher