Michelle Pryce-Screen, GOSO President and CEO

Michelle Pryce-Screen, President and Chief Executive Officer, Chief Program Officer
Contact: mpscreen@gosonyc.org

Michelle Pryce-Screen, President, CEO and Chief Program Officer, has 25 plus years of experience providing extensive program development, implementation, management and evaluation services across various sectors in New York City. She leads the organization to achieve GOSO’s mission to support the education, employment and emotional well-being of legal system-involved and at-risk young people, while supporting a culture of non-violence.

Michelle oversees the implementation of GOSO’s strategic and operating plans, funding for programs, infrastructure development, and collaboration with the board of directors, volunteers, foundations, individual donors, government agencies and community-based organizations. Nurturing partnerships and pipelines to grow and sustain GOSO while serving the community is a key objective.

As Chief Program Officer before taking on the role of President and CEO, Michelle led and managed GOSO’s transformational trauma-informed Programs team to support the growth and development of young people who are at risk and impacted by the legal system. Through data-driven programs, GOSO’s participants strengthen their skills while achieving important milestones and goals in their personal development.

Prior to joining GOSO, Michelle served as the Director of Resident Services and Programs with Hope Community Inc. and Phoenix House. She has also served as Assistant Vice President of Housing with The Fortune Society and Women In Need (WIN).

Michelle has spent the greater part of her career assisting individuals from marginalized communities gain access to opportunities. Social justice, fairness and equity are core values reflected throughout her personal and professional life. Michelle currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Trevor Day School. She received her BA from Hobart and William Smith Colleges and her MSW and MSEd. from Hunter College.