Michelle Burch holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Ball State University, where she became a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society. Michelle is an Associate AIA member and holds a NCARB record; she is actively working towards licensure.
She has extensive experience with programming, planning and design for church facilities throughout the United States. Her passion for children has aided her in working with the Studer Community Institute to make Pensacola “America’s First Early Learning City” by weaving different, unique learning exhibits, that focus on early childhood education, into the fabric of Pensacola. Michelle’s design of Pensacola’s First Early Learning Garden, located at the Bodacious Brew on the Go, was recognized by NAIOP as First Runner Up for 2016 New Development of the Year.
In her free time, Michelle enjoys playing games, woodworking, and paddle boarding. She is famous for having creative, out-of-the-box solutions to various problems.