About Michelle Mueller
Dr. Michelle Mueller is a visionary leader and growth agent with over 35 years of experience in community college administration.
Dr. Mueller currently serves as the Vice President of Economic & College Development at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She is responsible for leading, organizing and executing strategic plans designed to enhance regional and county economic and college development and oversees Corporate Training, Certification Testing, Continuing Education, Conference Services and National Union Partnerships. She recently completed a national appointment on the American Association of Community Colleges’ national Commission on Economic and Workforce Development and currently serves on the ITS Michigan Board of Directors, the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti LDFA Board, and is the Project Director for WCC’s partnership with the University of Michigan’s Center for Connected and Automated Transportation USDOT grant.
Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, Central Michigan University, MI
MA in College and University Administration, Michigan State University, MI
BA in Communications, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI
AFA in Voice Performance, Brevard College, NC
Community College CAOs: Personality Characteristics and the Role of Gender, Ethnicity
Published: October, 2014
Publication Description: Doctoral Dissertation, Central Michigan University
Globally Translinked: Port Expansion at Port Huron
Published: March 2010
Publication Description: Unpublished White Paper, SMILE (Selling Michigan in a Lean Economy) Consulting Project
ALANA Intervention Program
Publication Description: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 361043