“An Interview with Michelle Sawyers Harris”
Dangerous Events, Inc.
March 1, 2011
I’m a Toledo native who’s been living in Columbus for about 14 years. I have a BA in biology from the University of Toledo and a MS in Marketing & Communications from Franklin University. In addition, I am working towards my masters in environmental education from Miami University and have conducted overseas research studies in Costa Rica. I have three sons and three beautiful grandbabies. In my spare time, I enjoy surfing the Internet, nature photography and motorcycling.
“Stuff and People we like… yeah, the ol’ Thanksgiving post (Part one)”
Riding With My Son
November 24, 2010
…Once all this was getting put in to motion I realized I was going to need some help. So I turned to shel-shok. Shel-shok helped get the words together in the right order as well as point me in the right direction. Shel-shok provides consultations to provide creative, strategic and interactive solutions to business and marketing problems. Their help has been immeasurable….
“Riding with My Son: Racing Bicycles for Money, with a Twist”
November 6, 2010
Most people who race bicycles for money are looking to put cash in their pockets. The better the finish, the better the pay – it’s a way to earn a living doing something they enjoy, or at least some payoff for all the hard work they’ve put in. But we’ve decided to try a different angle: racing bikes to raise money as proud supporters of the Wounded Warrior Project… Thanks are also in order for Shel-Shok for helping in getting the word out and organizing the words we wanted to get out.
“SHEL-SHOK, LLC Cross Promotes with Marketing 2 Women International”
WomenPartner News Bureau
As a young child, Michelle knew that she was gifted with an innate artistic talent… but her first love was medicine. After obtaining an undergraduate degree in biology and working in the medical field – little did she know – she’d end up working as a self-taught designer. In fact, her first design job was with a medical products company, where she had the best of both worlds and an invaluable on-the-job learning experience that paved the way to her current successes.