IntroductionMichelle writes the award nominated food blog, The Sweet Beet. Her expertise is both as an Internet business development expert as well as a nutrition expert and extraordinary cook.
Michelle began her career with the founding of Salzinger&Company – a boutique media-strategy firm, helping large media companies forge online marketing and distribution deals. She then did individual advisory work for several Internet start-ups including The Huffington Post. She was later CEO of GreenYour.com, a green lifestyle website which was sold in 2011. She launched The Sweet Beet, to bring together the growing cultural passion for food and cooking, along with a burgeoning and widespread desire to incorporate healthy eating into a lifestyle centered around wellness.
She has an MBA from Harvard University, and a B.Comm (Economics) from Queen’s University (Canada).
We (meaning those of us that live in the North East) have had a really cold start to spring. The heat in my apartment still announces itself with a clang every morning as my 100 year old radiator announces itself and I have still not engaged in the ritual of taking the winter boots permanently out of the closet and filling the space with flip flops. The only benefit I can see to the slow approach of warm weather, is that its meant that I can indulge, just a little bit longer, in the winter…