Mi’Chal is a Black woman with black relaxed natural hair, tied back, with strands with brown highlighted tips framing her face. She is wearing a deep pink eyeshadow with gold liner, large crystal stud earrings, a gold, brown, yellow, and white statement necklace, with a white shirt and cream knit cardigan. She is smiling at the camera, standing in front of greenery.

Mi'Chal Green

Youth Transition Specialist
Columbia Office
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

As a Youth Transition Specialist, Mi'Chal works with youth with disabilities individually and in schools across the state, where she assists them in building independent living, self-advocacy, and work readiness skills. Mi'Chal Green received her bachelor’s degree from Benedict College in 2018. Since then, Mi'Chal has worked with a wide range of individuals, therapists, and families by providing resources and strategic plans to pursue outcomes, developmental growth, and self-help skills.

Mi'Chal enjoys going on outdoor adventures with her two children, A’adya and Kj, and her husband Kyle in her free time.


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