“Never doubt that a small group of committed citizens, can change the world; Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ~ Margret Mead
Michaela, is an accomplished teacher of 30 years, within London. She is a motivational speaker, social action for change advocate, and student voice/democracy expert. Travelling the world with students, she uses social and cultural opportunities and challenges to expand her student’s horizons and experiences to enhance their education whilst engaging them in adventure that helps shape their future.
Her places of travel include but limited to are Nicaragua, Borneo, Malaysia, and Kenya. Her visionary perspective on student voice has afforded her opportunities to work globally with the British Council (WE UK) ‘WE Movement’ and Nationally with Stonewall and the Smart Schools Councils Community.
Michaela’s work in developing a student voice model has been nationally and internationally acclaimed and her experience covers student democracy, student leadership and social action for change.
She has partnered with charitable organisations to involve young people in real decision making, implementing an approach to student democracy that allows children and young people to become confident and effective participants within their social and wider communities.
Michaela is keen to remove all physical, social, cultural, economic and gender barriers to enhance inclusion and equality for all, in and out of the classroom.
The evidenced based ‘Marmot’ Review (2010) by The Institute of Health Equity, http://www.instituteofhealthequity.org/home draws attention to the fact that many people in the UK are facing inequality, moreover, the inequalities gap is widening and thus early life experiences are a significant factor in shaping out young peoples future. Hence, we MUST create young leaders of the future who can maximise their capabilities and community potential.
Ms Boller has spoken at the world renowned ‘Wembley Arena’ in London (UK) to an audience of 12 000, and has also previously addressed Dignitaries, Political Leaders, 300 Headteachers and students in Lahore, Pakistan.
Whilst Michaela diligently advocates for social change and equality at home or abroad, she can also be found spending time with her family and 4 furry four-legged children. Her happiness is further found in climbing mountains, scuba diving and swimming in the ocean.
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