Retreat Teachers


Michele Luc

Michele Luc (she/her/hers) is a Black-identified, Haitian-American, cisgender female educator currently living in what is historically Lenape territory currently known as Brooklyn.  Ms. Luc is a facilitator, curriculum writer, and educational consultant who has over 25 years of experience in education, health, and human services with a specialty in youth development.  A key area of focus is providing participants with opportunities for engaging dialogue on critical issues such as diversity, equity and inclusion, sexual and reproductive health, and social justice.  She has facilitated interactive workshops for youth and adults throughout the US as well as in Croatia, South Africa, Norway, Haiti & Trinidad.  She currently works at Cornell University Cooperative Extension in NYC as a member of the Training and TA team with ACT for Youth at The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research at Cornell University. Michele possesses a Master’s from Columbia University School of Social Work & a Bachelor’s in social work from New York University.