Logos Welcomes Michelle Cioffoletti

Logos Consulting Group and the Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership welcome Michelle Cioffoletti as a Research Analyst.

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Michelle Cioffoletti

Michelle has experience in both the government and nonprofit sectors. Prior to joining Logos, Michelle worked as a communications consultant at Religions For Peace, the world’s largest and most representative multi-religious coalition promoting a peaceful interfaith dialogue. She was responsible for implementing a strategic communication plan, drafting monthly newsletters and press items, and managing communication work at high impact events such as the Interfaith Summit on Climate Change. As a communication staffer at the Interfaith Summit in collaboration with the United Nations’ Secretary General’s Summit on Climate Change, Michelle worked with top religious leaders, donors and press. Additionally, Michelle interned at the Office of Public Affairs at the Department of Homeland Security where she managed and updated the intranet and worked on drafting press releases for both internal and external press for the Department. Michelle also held internships at multiple New York State Supreme Courts, including the Bronx County and Westchester County higher court systems.

Michelle earned her B.A. in International Affairs at The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, with a concentration in conflict resolution. Her final project in conflict resolution focused on the changing political and cultural paradigms present in Turkey as a result of the Syrian refugee crisis. Michelle has a keen interest in human rights, international law and international security studies. During her time at GW, she was enrolled in the Hispanic and European Studies Programme at Universidad Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain.

Michelle has a passion for exploring different cultures and for travel. Her favorite cities include New York, Istanbul, London and Tokyo.

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