Founder & Executive Director
Michelle-Marie Heinemann in an Internationally Renowned Expressionist Artist, Philanthropist, and accomplished pianist. Her paintings are held in both private and corporate collections around the world as well as museums, galleries and public spaces.
As a tireless advocate against Cyber Bullying, Cyber Harassment, and Cyber Stalking, Michelle-Marie is the founder of Let’s End Cyberbullying and is a board member and the official Goodwill Ambassador for Utterly Global Youth Empowerment.
She has been a trustee, board member, or committee member of the following: The American Cancer Society, Prize4life, The Memorial Sloane-Kettering Cancer Center, The Red Cross, The Strang Cancer Prevention Institute, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, The Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter, The Central Park Conservancy, Lighthouse International, The Jeffrey Modell Foundation, City Harvest, Artrageous, Edwin Gould Services for Children, The Diller-Quaile School of Music, and Blankets For Warmth.
Michelle-Marie attended The Sorbonne, The Paris American Academy, and Arts Students League, as well as receiving private instruction from the legendary art master Lidell Myueron.
She has devoted her life to supporting the arts through music and art education by providing financial support and donating her time and talent to leading Educational Institutions.
Michelle-Marie was the recipient of the prestigious Monte-Carlo International Artists Award and was recently chosen as Mother of the Year by New York Magazine.
She resides in Manhattan, New York with her husband and two precious young children.