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Michelle Bradsher-McHugh
Michelle Bradsher-McHugh
Adjunct Professor



Michelle Bradsher-McHugh is an adjunct faculty member for the Drexel University Television & Media Management Program. Her dual career path has resulted in extensive knowledge of both the television industry and the fields of communications and marketing. 

Michelle spent 14 years in the television industry, getting her start as an intern and then weekend associate producer at WGHP-Television in the Greensboro, NC television market. She moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2002, when she was named producer of KYW-Television's 6:00 p.m. newscast. Later, she worked as an Emmy Award winning producer and executive producer at WCAU-Television. She currently serves as President of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Mid-Atlantic Region.

Most recently, Michelle was Director of Marketing and Communications for Melmark, a not-for-profit organization with service divisions in Berwyn, PA and Andover, MA that is dedicated to providing opportunities for children and adults diagnosed with autism and intellectual disabilities. Her communications and marketing skills helped get the organization on the TODAY Show, in front of Pope Francis on the World Meeting of Families stage, and in publications throughout the region.

Michelle received her undergraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. She holds a Masters in Interactive Media from Quinnipiac University and has taught undergraduate courses, both online and on-campus, for several years.

Michelle also serves on the communications committee for the Pennsylvania March of Dimes and on the advisory boards for iHi International as well as the Hubert J.P. Schoemaker Classic for Melmark. She and her husband, CBS3 Photojournalist, Jim McHugh, live in Havertown with their son. 

MS, Interactive Media, Quinnipiac University
BA, Broadcast Journalism, University of North Carolina Greensboro