Michelle Webster - Board Member, Baltimore Hunger Project

“When a student is hungry or has to
think about how he/she is getting food for any meal, learning becomes secondary.”

Michelle Webster, Elementary School Principal

Name: Michelle Webster

Member Since: 2019

Resides In: Marriotsville, MD

Professional Background or Current Role: Elementary School Principal

Community Connections: I grew up in Baltimore County, Maryland. I attended Baltimore County Public Schools and received my undergraduate degree from UMBC and my masters degree from Loyola University.  I  began my teaching career in Baltimore County.  I have been a public school educator for twenty-four years.  As a current elementary school principal, I am impacted daily by students who  struggle with food insecurities.

Interest In Baltimore Hunger Project: As a educator, I have witnessed the impact that food insecurities have on students in their learning environment. When a student is hungry or has to think about how he/she is getting food for any meal, learning becomes secondary. I have partnered with BHP at three different schools and observed the positive impact. Having an opportunity to be part of an organization that supports children and their independence in having access to food is a team that I am passionate about  joining.

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