Company: 1) Office of the Lieutenant Governor
2) University of Utah
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah United States
Salt Lake City, Utah, October 19, 2015, Michelle M. Oldroyd, Esq., Director of the Utah Commission on Civic and Character Education for the Office of the Lieutenant Governor and associate professor of the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide, for dedication, achievement and leadership in legal education.
Ms. Oldroyd has 17 years of professional experience, with two years as the Director of the Utah Commission on Civic and Character Education for the Office of the Lieutenant Governor and an associate professor of the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. Throughout her career, she has set herself apart through her excellence in legal education. Each day, she bridges gaps between private and public sector resources, combining them with private partnerships to bring the highest caliber civics curriculum to K-16 classrooms.
Looking back, Ms. Oldroyd attributes her success to the professional mentoring she received, the relationships she has built over the course of her career and her sincere willingness to be involved in projects at their ground-level. She became involved in her profession because she has always wanted to be an attorney, and has always had respect and love for her country. The highlight of her career has been teaching and having the opportunity to work with another generation.
Ms. Oldroyd received a JD from S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah in 2000. She maintains affiliation with the Utah State Bar Association, the National Bar Association and the Utah Council of Conflict Resolution, where she serves as a board member. In her spare time, Ms. Oldroyd contributes to various nonprofit educational groups, and she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family. She is also a fan of the University of Utah football team, and enjoys watching their games.
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