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Michele Mollkoy

Michele Mollkoy served in full-time vocational ministry for seven years before transitioning to work in higher education. A recognized leader and gifted communicator, Michele has a unique ability to see where people can go in the future and help them get there. Her wisdom, experience, and intuitive sense combine with her warm approachability to spur others on to love and good deeds. Prior to her current role, Michele has held staff and management positions in real estate, non-profit, and academic institutions. A known resource regarding women's formation, empowerment, and self-definition, Michele is also a sought-after speaker and teacher. As a consultant, her clients have ranged from young women seeking to plan their future to mature women discerning their next steps. Michele holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of California at Davis and an M.A. in College Counseling and Student Development from Azusa Pacific University. She shares her love for Christ and spiritual formation issues through leading young adults in her role as Director of First Year Experience and Special Programs at Westmont College, and serving as adjunct teaching faculty for Antioch University Santa Barbara.

Welcome to Ungrind



Hi, I'm Ashleigh Slater, founder and editor of Ungrind. Here at Ungrind, it’s our goal to churn out biblically-based encouragement for women. We strive to be honest and transparent about our struggles in a way that inspires hope, faith, and perseverance.

As you read, we hope you consider us friends, the kind you feel comfortable sitting across the table with at the local coffee shop. You can read more about me HERE and our team of writers HERE.

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