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Michelle Stecker

Michelle Stecker
Michelle Stecker

Academic Year Adjunct Lecturer

As Associate Director of Education at Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship and Academic Year Adjunct Lecturer, Michelle Stecker teaches and designs social innovation and entrepreneurship curriculum and helps lead the effort to integrate human-centered design thinking at SCU. Michelle created the world’s first Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)-accredited major in social entrepreneurship at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, and is a founding coach for Ashoka U Commons. Her research focuses on civil rights law, nonprofit sustainability, innovation, and social entrepreneurship in the U.S. and developing world. Michelle holds a Ph.D. in American History and a J.D. from the University of Toledo, and is a member of the Ohio bar. Michelle earned her master’s of divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary and studied at Princeton Theological Seminary; she is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church USA. For her entire professional life, Michelle has worked with changemaker students who have the passion to solve the world’s most pressing problems.