Michelle Ibarra is a Mexican American multi-tasking millennial that lives in the hip and trendy Former French Concession neighborhood in Shanghai, China. She has established herself as a leader and collaborator in Asia. As the Asia & Oceania Regional Manager of Girl Gone International, a non-profit app, website, magazine and community dedicated to the new generation of expat women living abroad, Michelle has supported and developed communities in 21 Asian cities.
Michelle is also the Co-Founder and Owner of a graphic design and consulting business in Shanghai, China. TONIK Design consulting helps brands find their visual identity utilizing minimal and modern elements popular in Western design. TONIK Design also has a new home decor line, TONIK Prints, which show different Shanghai-based neighborhoods in a colorful yet minimal way to elevate any space.
How the WeChat communities get started
How Michelle started a group during an event
Question: Are you the manager in each group?
Tips on rules within the group
Question for Michelle: Do you verify and approve each person who joins each group?
What the questionnaire form is for members wanting to join
Do Michelle’s groups generate income or not
Michelle shares her process of checking the WeChat groups
How the WeChat groups are structured
Names and categories of the WeChat communities
Question: What other platforms are there?
Question: Has there been any negative incidents in one of your groups?
Tips for people wanting to start their own WeChat groups
How people can connect with Michelle Ibarra