Hey there, I'm Michele Lucarelli, a PR team member out of MSLGroup's Washington, DC office and proud communicator of activities for the Mid-Atlantic! I've worked with General Motors for more than four years, helping get the word out about the Chevy Volt from concept to fruition, going on tour around the country showing off the best GM has to offer and most recently helping bring cars to the people through various local events in the DC-metro area (that is, DC, MD and VA).
As so many of us DCers are, I transplanted here from somewhere else, but am honored to call the District-area home. I was born and raised in Connecticut, went to school for a couple years in Chicago, then decided to finish school and settle down in Washington, DC. While DC is best known for being the nation's capitol, a public policy mecca and the place where acronyms go to die, its also become quite the cultural, foodie and sports hub of activity and partially responsible for my move southward.
Outside of work, if I'm not making a complete fool of myself in an effort to get my infant son to smile, you'll find me glued to the TV cheering on the Washington Capitals ice hockey team or on the ice myself, going for a goal.
First Car: 1985 Chevy S10 pick-up - the vehicle I proudly stalled the transmission out of.
Favorite NER landmark or location: 9th St. and Passyunk Ave. - all you cheese steak lovers will know what I'm talking about
Favorite NER event or festival: Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington, DCDream vacation: One of those secluded tropical huts on the water, particularly where my Smart phone doesn't get service!