Michelle Karen Wolstein Youngblood, American judge. Bar: Texas 1983, United States Court Appeals (5th, 11th circuits) 1986, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1986. Named Woman of the Year Meadowbrook Business and Professional Women, Fort Worth, 1987-1988, Outstanding Young Women of America, 1988, Young Career Women of the Year, Business & Professional Women, 1989, 91.
Assistant city attorney City of Dallas, 1983-1985. Attorney advisor Housing and Urban Development, Fort Worth, 1985-1987. Administrative judge Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Dallas, 1987-1993.
Administrative law judge City of Arlington, Texas, since 1991. Adjunct professor Tarrant County Junior College, Fort Worth, since 1986, Dallas Community College, since 1987, University Texas, Arlington, since 1992, Dallas Community Colleges, since 1991. Public speaker various community organizations and events, since 1983.
Professional mediator/arbitrator, since 1990. Mediator Dispute Resolution Services. Adjunct professor Weatherford (Texas) College, 1993.
Vice president Fort Worth metro chapter Sweet Adelines International, since 1985. Arbitrator Better Business Bureau, Fort Worth, since 1986. Member College State Bar Texas, Federal Bar Association (president Fort Worth chapter 1987-1988, secretary national young lawyers division since 1988, national council since 1988), Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association (board director 1986-1987), Tarrant County Women's Bar Association (board directors 1986-1988), Tarrant County Women's Bar Association (board directors 1986-1988), Tarrant County Bar Association, Texas Young Lawyers Association (Certified of Special Achievement), Business and Professional Women (Young Career Woman of Year 1987, 88, 91, Woman of Year Meadowbrook-Fort Worth chapter 1987).