Michele Wilcher graduated with B.A. degree in Psychology from Furman University in 1980. After graduation, she went to work for her alma mater as an admissions counselor and then transitioned to the financial aid office where she became the Assistant Director of Financial Aid. In 1988, her family moved to Charlotte, NC, where she became the Associate Director of Financial Aid at Queens University. After the birth of her third child in 1994, Michele began homeschooling her three children and worked part-time as the Director of Financial Aid for Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing.
In early 2000, Michele and her family moved to Chesapeake, VA, where she and her husband led a youth ministry for a large Presbyterian church and Michele taught science and math in several enrichment programs and homeschool co-ops. While homeschooling her youngest through high school in 2009, Michele joined the staff of Regent University as the Associate Director of Admissions with a specialization in Homeschool Admissions and Early College.
Michele recently retired from full-time employment to homeschool her three grandsons.
She offers her services as a homeschool transition coach because she is passionate about empowering home educators and their students. She loves pouring into the next generation as they transition into adulthood.