Michelle Gordon

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Martial artist

Tyna Michelle Gordon (pronounced Tina) (born April 3, 1960) is a national and international award-winning American martial artist. As for her full-time career, since 2005 Gordon has been a library technician in the acquisitions department of the North Carolina Central University School of Law.[1]


Personal life

Some of her many accolades are the following:

  • 1997 — Most Caring Coach Award – USA Weekend Magazine, Arlington, VA[2][3]
  • 1997 — Most Caring Coach Award – Herald-Sun Newspaper, Durham, NC[4]

See also


  1. Linked In Michelle Gordon
  2. Salvoza, M. Franco, McNichol, Tom and Michelle Hatty. 1997 Most Caring Coach Awards. USA Weekend Magazine, December 5–7, 1997
  3. Brewington, Kelly. Durham Tae kwon Do teacher recognized as one of nation’s top coaches. The Herald-Sun Newspaper, December 7, 1997, p. B3.
  4. December 10, 1997 issue of The Herald-Sun Newspaper, p. C9.

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