Michelle Magana, Coordinator of Community and Events

Sep 14, 2023 | Faculty

I have a graduate degree from Keiser University in Criminal Justice with a focus on juvenile justice. After having our two children, my husband and I agreed it would be best for me to stay home with them. It was the best decision! When it came time for them to start school, we began feeling led to homeschool. We found a small hybrid dual immersion homeschool group where I taught art and took on the role of arranging and coordinating educational field trips, class parties, and celebrations. Ultimately, our co-op closed, and we were led to Learnwell. When we walked through the doors, we felt peace because we were surrounded by like-minded individuals who prioritized faith and intentional and individualized education.

My husband always says that God wired me as a “connector” of people. Being offered the opportunity to step into the role of Community and Events Coordinator has been a blessing and such a privilege. Additionally, it has given me such incredible insight into the truly wonderful community of staff and families who attend here. I am so grateful and excited to use my gifts and passions to create events that will aid in building community, long-lasting memories, and friendships.

In my spare time, I enjoy painting, crafting, reading, kickboxing, and playing board games with friends and family. I never tire of quality time with my magnificent husband Jorge, our delightful son Maddox, and our precious daughter Maven Grace.

1 Peter 4:10

Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.