Jacqui Michel is an attorney and philanthropist. She is President of the Advisory Board of the American Friends of Musée de Montmartre, Vice President of the Board of Directors of Darbster Rescue, and sits on the Boards of N Street Village, and the Campagna Center. Previously, she has served on the Boards of Washington Performing Arts and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She is an active supporter of the Parkmont Poetry Center, Mount Vernon, the National Cathedral, and the Cancer Alliance of Palm Beach.
Jacqui graduated with a BA from the University of Arizona and has a JD from the University of San Diego. She is a member of both the New York and Washington, DC bars. She enjoys reading, renovating, travel, and spending time with her husband, David E. Weisman, and their menagerie of pets. She and David are both avid art collectors of turn of the century Parisian art, which is perhaps best known for its cabaret spirit, the Chat Noir, and iconic figures, ranging from Toulouse-Lautrec to Renoir to Suzanne Valadon.