Biography: M.D. Smith


M.D. Smith is an entrepreneur, teacher, mentor, author, activist, motivational speaker, retired professional basketball player, and coach. She graduated from Lynn Classical High School (1982) and Brown University (1986), completing a dual major in Organizational Behavior & Management and African-American Studies.
M.D. Smith is Founder & Consultant, dba Mission Possible:Collaborative  (Est. 1990). 

Michelle's personal strengths are attention to details, creative thinking, excellent oral & written communication / interpersonal / organizational / public relations / time management skills. Additionally, Michelle is fluent in Conversational Spanish & Portuguese. MP:C has (3) subsidiaries:   (i) S.T.R.I.V.E. (1990) Success Through Resilience Imagination Values Education is a college scholarship fund & entrepreneurship training program  for urban youth (10-16) & young adults (17-22). (ii) M.D. Smith Publications (2002)—a marketing & p.r. entity that promotes the published creative writings  of M.D. Smith and talented, creative writers identified by M.D. Smith Publications (iii) C.A.$.H., Inc. (2006 ) Cash Asset Services Holdings,Inc.—facilitates wholesale real estate investment transactions.

M.D. Smith’s professional certifications include the Mass Mentoring Partnership and the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (now Network For teaching Entrepreneurship [NFTE]).

Michelle’s personal philosophy is “I’m a student of life and a lifelong student.” Michelle’s community activities span through her residential, college alumni,  and professional communities. She has (25) + years of experience with youth & young adults from all walks of life. She is a passionate supporter of the arts, culture, education, and history; Brown Student Alumni Network, Brown Alumni Schools Committee, and Brown University Entrepreneurship Program.

For leisure, Michelle enjoys spending quality time with family & friends, attending arts & cultural events, basketball, biking, creative writing, movies (especially classics), reading, tennis, traveling, and walking.