Michele Enos

Michele Enos
Assistant Director

Assistant Director

Background

Michele Enos is the Assistant Director for Social Justice Education. Born in Chicago, IL and raised in Evanston, Michele joined CIC after serving as an Assistant Director for Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution at Northwestern, where she used her certification as a licensed Restorative Practices trainer to build relationships with students and hold them accountable for their behavior. Prior to Northwestern, Michele worked as a Residence Director at The University of Vermont where she used restorative practices philosophies and theories to build community and respond to issues of bias.

Michele also co-taught an undergraduate diversity and social justice course for Resident Assistants and facilitated white affinity spaces for staff and students. Michele is especially interested in race and white privilege and has presented at national conferences on ally development and co-published an article titled, “Ally Promises.” Michele holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Santa Clara University and a Masters of Higher Education Administration from Loyola University Chicago. In her free time, Michele enjoys traveling, exploring Chicago, and spending time with family and friends.