Michelle P. Fulcher

Michelle Fulcher is a producer for Colorado Matters. She has reported at a Denver business weekly, at the Colorado Springs Gazette and The Denver Post where she served as a state and local government reporter, an assigning editor, city editor and national/international editor.

Education:
Bachelor’s degree in journalism, University of Colorado Boulder.

Professional background:
Michelle first joined Colorado Public Radio in 2007 and was part of the “Colorado Matters” team for five years. She then worked at CU-Boulder as communications director for the College of Media, Communication and Information before returning to CPR in 2016. Michelle began her reporting career at a Denver business weekly, spent five years at the Colorado Springs Gazette and later moved to The Denver Post where she served as a state and local government reporter, an assigning editor, city editor and national/international editor.

Awards:
As city editor at The Denver Post, Michelle helped lead the newspaper to a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the mass shootings at Columbine High School.

Armstrong's 28-year political career ranged from the state legislature to the U.S. Senate. He headed Colorado Christian University before his death on July 5.
<p>Former U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong applauds while listening to Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson on Oct. 29, 2015 at Colorado Christian College in Lakewood.</p><p>Former U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong applauds while listening to Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson on Oct. 29, 2015 at Colorado Christian College in Lakewood.</p>