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The O’Connor House Board of Directors Is Excited to Announce Michelle Corrao as Executive Director

Shahina Khatun



On 6th January, Michelle Corrao had accepted the position of the Executive Director in The O’Connor House. Previously Michelle served as Assistant Director at the Prevail, which is a victim awareness and a support program in Noblesville, and there she worked in victim services for the previous 18 years. At Prevail, she connected and educated with the community, and she created the development plant. Also, she formed the Speakers Bureau that provides chances for survivors of abuse and crime.

In addition to these, Michelle is a compassionate advocate, as well as a keynote speaker for the victims of violent crimes. She speaks to the audiences of first responders, military & law enforcement personnel, medical professionals, faith communities as well as a broad scope of the conferences and events focused on creating safer and stronger communities.

Michelle completed her graduation from IUPUI Ft. Wayne, where she had studied Business and Human Resources. Now she is living in Noblesville with her beloved husband named Chris, and two children named Christian and Oliva. Christian is studying Architecture at Ball State, while Olive is a Sophomore at the Guerin Catholic High School.

The Co-Founder named Kris Bussick, said that Michelle is a passionate leader, and The O’Connor House was very excited to have her as their new Executive Director. Besides, she has abundant knowledge of helping those people who had experienced severe trauma, and she will be a fascinating advocate for several homeless and pregnant women, babies, and children who come to The O’Connor House in search of restoration.

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