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Michael Elorreaga `03

Michael (1)Michael Elorreaga `03 is a 1999 Richmond High School graduate and a 2003 Earlham College graduate. Michael was Freshman Track Athlete of the year in 2000 at Earlham. During his time at Earlham, Michael attended the 2002 study-abroad program for a semester engaging in the Spanish culture and language. After graduating with a Business Management degree, Michael pursued his career to play professional football, being a select few to ever play professional football from Earlham College. Michael graduated in 2018 with his master’s degree in management from Indiana University East.

Michael was part of the African American Advisory Board at Earlham till 2018, and is currently serving on the Indiana University East Business advisory board, the Reid Finance Committee, and the Richmond Premier Soccer board. Michael is employed at RMD Patti insurance agency in Richmond, Indiana, as an account executive.

Michael and his wife, Jenny Marie Elorreaga, who is an Education Diagnostician for early childhood education for Richmond Community Schools, have two children, Isabella and Ryan and they love to vacation. Michael also loves to volunteer helping coach at Richmond High school, Earlham college, or coaching his kids sports.

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