Michelle McCormick Donahue
Realtor Associate, Delray Beach
Born and raised in Southeast Florida, Michelle Donahue has experienced the tremendous change and growth that has transformed our coastal communities into one of our country’s most sought after destinations. Her exceptional knowledge of the market from Delray Beach to Palm Beach with a special passion for Hypoluxo Island, coupled with her insider’s expertise from working closely with her mortgage-banker husband, makes Michelle the best choice and resource for all your real estate needs. Whether a quaint seasonal villa, a family home, or a luxury coastal residence, Michelle knows exactly how to match people with properties.
Being a “glass half-full” kind of person, Michelle enjoys sharing her positive energy, optimism, and zest for life with others. Her enthusiasm and caring nature, along with her strong communication skills and an exceptional ability to work well under pressure, is at the core of her success.
Michelle graduated with a BA in Communications from Loyola University, New Orleans, and a MS in Management/Human Resource Development from St. Thomas University, Miami. Her career began as an Advertising Account Executive with The Miami Herald where she was the recipient of the Knight Ridder Media Partners Scholarship Award which led to her Master’s Degree. She continued a career in Corporate Training and Development with Blockbuster Entertainment at their Ft. Lauderdale headquarters, and later worked as the Development Director at St. Joseph’s Episcopal School in Boynton Beach. Now as a realtor, Michelle combines her love of the area, history and her passion for community service and preservation to help people find their dream homes. When she’s not out showing properties, you can find Michelle volunteering with her favorite organizations as President of the Hypoluxo Island Property Owners Association, Vice Chairperson Lantana Planning and Zoning Commission, and Board Member of the Lantana Library Foundation.
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