Michelle M. Osborne consults on antiracist leadership, social justice practice, and prevention of gender-based violence. A former prosecutor and trial attorney, her expertise includes historic legacies of racism; evolution of structural process, policies and cultures; roles of women of color in positions of power and leadership, and original research on organizations becoming racially equitable. Michelle has directed a rape crisis center, been Race and Social Justice Manager at YWCA Seattle| King| Snohomish, an appointee to county and state commissions on the status of women, chaired the boards of a domestic violence agency and a women’s institute for leadership development, and is currently on the board of Seattle-based Sexual Violence Law Center. Michelle received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and law degree from UCLA. Based in Seattle, she loves hearing her kid’s anecdotes about life at college.