Gayle Granatir Michael is an educator and consultant who has dedicated over 60 years to helping others develop in the classroom and in the community. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Temple University and a Master of Arts from St. Joseph’s University and began her career as a teacher and athletic coach in 1960. Ms. Michael continued to teach at the high school level until 1972 and served as an instructor at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, before transitioning into educational consulting and private tutoring in the early 1980s. Alongside educational consulting and serving on the Montgomery County Office of Children and Youth Advisory Board, Ms. Michael is a long-running figure in Pennsylvania politics, having maintained a private political consulting practice since 1994. She is a former member of the Committee of Seventy, a charter member of the National Council of Women Advisors to Congress, and a co-founding member of the board of the Montgomery County Women’s Republican Leadership. Likewise, she is a frequent speaker on women’s roles in the political realm. Ms. Michael considers the relationships she has built with her students and collaborators to be gratifying moments of her career.
To commemorate her accomplishments, Ms. Michael was featured on her cover and inside of the sixth edition of Millennium, A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine.
Ms. Michael was selected for inclusion in the fifth edition of Insight Magazine by Marquis Who’s Who, highlighting her achievements.
In recognition of her receipt of the Lifetime Achievement Award, Ms. Michael was featured in The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, July 8, 2020.
Ms. Michael is lauded for her leadership skills on the Who’s Who of Professional Women website.
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