Ms. Krusiec is deeply interested in engaging our community through activism. She maintains numerous working relationships with organizations such as, ITASA (Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students, and CPAF (Center for the Pacific Asian Family). Ms. Krusiec regularly speaks at colleges throughout the country as a keynote and panelist in hopes of inspiring others to find their Voice and tell their stories.

In 2010, Ms. Krusiec completed CPAF’s DV (domestic violence), SA (sexual assault) and SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) training course. During Michelle’s spare time, she volunteers, serves as a hotline counselor and advocates on behalf of DV and SA Awareness. If you are interested in learning more information about the organization or if you are personally in a DV situation, please call the CPAF Hotline 1-800-339-3940. It is a 24-hour, protected, multilingual hotline devoted to but not limited to the Asian Pacific Islander community. If you know someone who would benefit from their services, please take the initiative to pass on CPAF’s information. “Change Involves You.”