MLA: Michelle Mungall – Nelson-Creston
Monday, March 14, 2016
Lord, we lift up Michelle Mungall, member for Nelson-Creston. We thank you for her decision to pursue public service at an early age and champion the causes of those most in need not only in her community but also those globally. Grant her wisdom and clarity in all the committee’s and sub-committees she serves on and that the families of those most vulnerable in BC would be impacted through the ideas and strategies she brings forward. We speak blessing over her marriage and extended family. Amen.
Michelle Mungall was re-elected as MLA for Nelson-Creston in May 2013.
In 2002, Michelle was the youngest person ever elected to Nelson city council. Seven years later, at age 31, Michelle became the first woman elected as MLA in Nelson-Creston.
Michelle serves as Opposition Spokesperson for Social Development.
As a passionate speaker and volunteer, Michelle is a strong voice for the Kootenays. Her university studies and her career in community development have led Michelle to champion social justice and financial security both in her community and internationally.
Her career has included working for the Nelson Committee on Homelessness, and managing West Kootenay non-profits including the Nelson Food Cupboard and a micro-finance organization.
Internationally, Michelle worked as a National Programs Assistant for YMCA Zambia, helping to improve the lives of girls with HIV/AIDS.
Michelle and her husband Zak live in Nelson. They enjoy skiing, hiking, local arts and being active in the region.