Michelle Fluke has over 25 years of experience building community through her nonprofit work focused on the health and wellness industry. As Executive Director of Antelope Valley Partners for Health, she provides administrative oversight, overseeing all accounting functions, handling all aspects of human resource management as well as grant writing, strategic planning, and acting as community health and services liaison to the Antelope Valley. Under her leadership, problem solving, and innovative thinking, Michelle has increased AVPH’s strength as the foundation of collaboration in the Antelope Valley that focuses on improving the health and wellness of the community.
Michelle is also active in several grassroots community groups. She is the vice-chair of the Lancaster Healthy Communities Commission, a steering committee member for the AV Homeless Coalition, and represents the Antelope Valley as an appointed member of the County of Los Angeles Population Health Task Force.
A longtime Antelope Valley resident, Sharon has nearly 20 years of experience as a high school teacher in the Antelope Valley Union High School District. She created and developed new curriculum for health science careers, built an AP Psychology program, and has been an advisor/coordinator for various student and staff groups.
In addition to volunteer work with Empower Generations and Care Net Women’s Resource, she also volunteers at Desert Vineyard Christian Fellowship, the annual Kid’s Ag Day, and the annual Valley Fever Alliance Walk.