Washtenaw Community College (WCC) is located in Ann Arbor, MI, with extension campuses in Brighton and Hartland. WCC offers over 100 credit-granting programs at these campuses, the Washtenaw Technical Middle College, as well as offering courses at local area high schools. Washtenaw also has training agreements with local and national corporations and transfer agreements with University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, Ferris State University, and UM-Dearborn. Michelle Mueller, Vice President of Economic, Community, & College Development, serves as WCC’s representative on WIN’s board.
Dr. Michelle K. Mueller Vice President of Economic, Community, & College Development Dr. Michelle K. Mueller is Washtenaw Community College’s (WCC) vice president of economic, community, & college development. Dr. Mueller has worked in community college administration over 30+ years and has an impressive background in education and business relations. Prior to this appointment at WCC, Mueller served as the dean of workforce development at St. Clair Community College. She has also served on Automation Alley, Detroit Regional Chamber, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, Michigan Works - Southeast and Greater Ann Arbor Region committees. Dr. Mueller holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Central Michigan University, a Master’s in College & University Administration from Michigan State University, a Bachelor’s in Communications from the University of Michigan and an Associate’s in Fine Arts from Brevard College, North Carolina.