Michelle McDyre

Prevention Education & Outreach Manager

Michelle McDyre graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Legal Studies and a minor in Sociology before working at the Montgomery District Attorney’s Office. Michelle joined the Mission Kids team in 2015 as the Case Coordinator, and then moved on to spend her days as a full-time Family Advocate, where she provided support and advocacy for families as they dealt child abuse and to helped them on their path toward healing.

In November 2017, Michelle took on a new role and joined the Development Department at Mission Kids. In November 2018, Michelle earned her Certification as a Professional Fundraiser through Villanova University’s College of Professional Studies. As the Outreach & Development Manager, Michelle was responsible for fundraising, event management, and community outreach through various fundraisers, community outreach events, and presentations.

In July 2019, Michelle was excited to expand her role at Mission Kids as the Prevention Education & Outreach Manager at Mission Kids. She is now responsible for coordinating and managing child abuse education efforts, including trainings, speaking engagements, presentations, fairs, and volunteer recruitment. Mission Kids offers “ROAR” Child Abuse Prevention training to elementary-aged students, along with Darkness to Light’s “Stewards of Children” Adult Education for educators, child-serving professionals, community leaders, businesses, and foster care families. Michelle also provides “Mission Kids 101” Presentations for interested organizations, and has presented on topics including Human Trafficking and The Effects of Child Abuse and Trauma on Students in the classroom. Presentations can be tailored to fit the needs of any groups or organizations.

Michelle thrives on the opportunity to share the story of Mission Kids’ impact on the lives of abused and neglected children in our community and finding ways to connect potential supporters to our mission, or to express to an existing supporter how their patronage has made an impact. Michelle’s favorite part of her job is getting out into the community and connecting with new people to educate them about the dynamics of child abuse, and see how we can best work together to make our community better!


Michelle is also responsible for Mission Kids’ social media presence and encourages you to follow along!

Be sure to keep up with Michelle on Mission Kids’ Social Media Sites:

Facebook • Twitter • Instagram