Incredibly talented, Marcella was raised in Jackson, Michigan before moving to Tucson, Arizona for high school. She learned significant cultural lessons from her parents. Her mother is from Mexico City and her father’s family came from Eastern Europe. Her grandfather was a judge and lawyer in Mexico. He withstood the pressures of the Mexican government's attempts to dictate conscience. Her family rejected repressive, totalitarian regimes, and came to America because of its promise of freedom.
She is a world traveler and also a citizen of Israel. She lived on kibbutz, and also in Jerusalem where she attended and received her B.A. at the Hebrew University.
She is committed to improving the world, one human being at a time. Marcella believes in tikkun ha-olam or “repairing the world.” In the end, it is up to each and every one of us to help and attempt to make the world a better place for everyone, locally and globally. Life is difficult, but it is important to do the right thing in the face of challenge.
Marcella will initiate a concrete, goal-oriented series of steps that will help you reach some of your significant life goals.