Michelle Freed grew up in the middle of agriculture in the California Central Valley homeschooled alongside her 5 siblings. She enjoyed spending time outside, dancing, playing in orchestra and volleyball while at school. She moved to San Diego, CA in 2014 to study mathematics at Point Loma Nazarene University. While attending, she volunteered kids at her local church, took day trips to Mexico to orphanages and hiked whenever she could get away. She graduated with her bachelor's degree in 2018 and moved to Flagstaff, AZ to earn her master's degree in mathematics in 2020. Currently, she is enjoying her first year as a full-time teacher in many different ways; an adjunct professor for both Northern Arizona University and Point Loma Nazarene University, a teacher's assistant at Flagstaff Christian School and a private math and violin tutor.
Serving others has always been an important part of Michelle's life. Besides local missions trips, she went to Rwanda, Africa twice, and fell in love with learning about other cultures and sharing the gospel with people around the world. She is very excited to join in with God's work overseas in the Balkan region.
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