Michelle Verbois Wasaff is a native Houstonian with two teen daughters and is VP of Sales and Business Development of pathology services for Sagis Diagnostics, a multispecialty pathology laboratory based in Houston. She received her undergraduate BA degree from Texas A&M as a distinguished student and has 20 years of experience in sales and process consultancy with startup companies and large multinational corporations. She is relentless in establishing new business markets by creating go-to-market strategies, social media campaigns, and building successful sales teams all ensuring awareness and education in the medical community and advocating for optimal patient care. She has extensive involvement within the dermatological and aesthetic community. Her relentless passion carries over into her numerous volunteering efforts.
Michelle is a leader in our community and believes we can all make a positive difference in the lives of our children which she does by serving on multiple boards and councils. She has been volunteering at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (HLSR) for over 20 years in varying positions and committees. Currently, she is serving on the board of directors for HLSR, Amigas Para Ninos, and Ladies of Texas Traditions while also joining the board of A Children’s House for the Soul to further support her passion for advocating for our children and ensuring their best possible care. She is a philanthropy leader, liaison, and host to numerous other organizations including Girl Scouts, National Charity League, Spaulding for Children, Houston Dermatology, Physician Assistants and Nurses Societies, and The Alzheimer’s Association.
Michelle is a dedicated mother to her two girls and is most often found on the weekends at a Lacrosse field somewhere across the country, riding horses enjoying the great outdoors, or scuba diving around the world admiring beautiful reefs and aquatic life. She is a member of Chapelwood Methodist Church and philanthropically supports other community organizations annually including Kid’s Meals, Food Bank, Texas Children’s, Ben Johnson for Cystic Fibrosis, St Jude’s, Star of Hope, Arts of Healing, The Children’s Museum, Easter Seals, and Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church.