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I’m so thankful that Michelle Jacoby of DC Matchmaking joined us on The Dating Advisory Board podcast. Michelle is a matchmaker, dating, and relationship coach and the owner of DC Matchmaking, a small boutique matchmaking, and coaching company for commitment-minded singles in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. She is also the co-founder of The Matchmakers Alliance, an organization that brings together top matchmakers and dating coaches from all over the world to collaborate and learn from one another. Michelle teaches body language for dating and runs a dating boot camp  for single women.

Michelle was recently awarded finalist for Best Matchmaker and Best Dating Coach in the industry at the 2015 iDate Awards. She has been a featured speaker for many years running at the National Matchmaking Conference and at iDate, the dating industry’s largest conference. She also participated in The Great Love Debate. Michelle has appeared in The Washington Post, The Northwest and Georgetown Currents, The Washington Examiner, Bethesda Magazine, WUSA Channel 9, News Channel 8 – Let’s Talk Live, and NBC Washington, Huffington Post, ABC, and FOX. Her articles have been featured in Self, Washington Life Magazine, Fairfax Woman Magazine, Southern Woman Magazine, YourTango.com, ThoughtCatalog.com and EHarmony Advice.

With a loving hand and an authentic voice, Michelle teaches her proven smart dating strategies and offers clear actionable advice so singles are empowered to finally find healthy, happy, and sustainable relationships.

Michelle lives in the Washington, DC Area with her husband and has four children.

Questions for Michelle? Find here below:

www.dcmatchmaking.com
www.michellejacoby.com
mj@dcmatchmaking.com
michelle@michellejacoby.com
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