Michelle Robertson

Michelle was born in Tucson and moved to Glendale during high school. She has lived in Glendale since. In 1987, she graduated from Apollo High School, which is part of the Glendale Union High School District. She went on to attend Glendale Community College, Arizona State University West, and the University of Phoenix. She has a Masters degree in Elementary Education. She has had the privilege to serve as the president, vice-president, and negotiation chair in the Cartwright Education Association. In addition to a career in education, she has a background in social services and the medical and behavioral health field. She values people and knows how to connect with them, build effective teams, and find consensus solutions to difficult problems. She is a very proud mother and a doting grandmother.  In 2016, she ran for Maricopa County Superintendent of Schools, even though she lost that race by 2.74%, she received more votes from Glendale residents than her opponent, meaning she won Glendale. It shows she has a proven track record of earning the support of voters from all political parties, and they believe in me to do the right thing for our community, and she will!