Michelle is a patent lawyer and web developer. As a 2011 Code for America fellow she gathered user experience research and drafted the Legal and Procurement Issues Guide for Civic Commons. Further, she attended several codeathons and was a co-developer for three civic minded applications, including SnapFresh, an Apps for Good prize winner. She holds a BS in Computer Engineering from Rutgers University and a JD from the Chicago-Kent College of Law.

National Night Out… Oakland Style

Filed Under: CfA Labs

Being a fellow at Code for America has allowed me to discover all of the amazing “new school” ways that people are getting involved in their local governments. However, as powerful as web 2.0 technology is for building communities, sometimes, nothing beats a good ‘ol… Continue Reading