Your keynote was funny, moving, inspiring, and informative, and the feedback we have received has been filled with attendees expressing their appreciation of your stories (there have been calls for you to write a memoir), and their eagerness to try out your storytelling tips. – Fiona Inglis, OCULA Spring Conference
I’m a professional storyteller. I teach The Art of Storytelling at Seneca College and my stories have been featured on NPR and CBC radio.
Storytelling is everywhere right now. In business, on stages, and your audience wants to know two things: how to tell an interesting story, and why that interesting story is important. I can answer both of those questions.
I learn by doing, and my keynote address reflects exactly that: my words are high energy, compelling, and I involve the audience at every step.
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