The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

Michelle Nadler FRSA

Michelle was brought up in Geneva and Paris and lived away from the UK until she attended university here. She has been a Property Developer for many years in London and Norfolk, following time in the Fine Arts business with an Art Gallery in Kensington. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts in 2006. Michelle has been involved in many charities including the Charity Rapt, founded by Sir Anthony Hopkins - during the 90's in London.

Michelle has been involved with Nacoa for many years as a Member and Supporter. She also provides personal support and supervision for Nacoa staff and volunteers.

She became a Trustee in 2007 and feels more strongly than ever about the marvelous work undertaken by the Charity and enjoys working with the dedicated staff and volunteer team.

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