storytelling: why your voice matters & how to find your story - october 19

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storytelling: why your voice matters & how to find your story - october 19


thursday october 19th 6pm-9:30pm

maman soho - 239 centre st.

storytelling is as old as humanity. it’s also a critical skill in today’s information landscape, and is our most powerful tool for connecting with ourselves and others. we all have a voice that deserves to be heard, and a story to tell.

in this innovative, interactive, and interdisciplinary workshop with flynn coleman, we’ll explore themes from literature and philosophy, to mindfulness and psychology, to poetry and science, to play and creative writing. we’ll experiment with a variety of techniques and ways to tap into our innate ability to find our voice and tell our stories.

this class is open to anyone, whether you are writing a book, looking for new ways to tell your company’s story, want to innovate a new idea, roll out a new project, are an experienced writer looking for inspiration, or just want to get more in touch with the power of your own authentic voice, creativity, and story.

we will have canapés, tea, coffee & surprise treats for you, so just come as you are, dressed comfortably, with pen and paper, ready to have some storytelling fun. wine will also be available for purchase.

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*CANCELLATION POLICY*: due to small class size, reschedules & cancellations must be made with at least 48 hours notice. no refunds available within 72 hours of the workshop. please email with any questions.

about flynn:

Flynn Coleman is an international human rights attorney, an educator, an author, a mindfulness, innovation, and creativity teacher, a public speaker, a former competitive athlete, a social entrepreneur and innovator, an ethical fashion designer, and a founder and CEO. She is also the founding fellow at the Grunin Center for Law and Social Entrepreneurship at NYU School of Law. She has a background in innovative approaches to economic development, behavioral economics, international trade, war crimes, political reconciliation, artificial intelligence, and improving access to justice through innovation. She has spoken, written, and taught extensively on the future of technology, humanity, and human rights, humanitarian law, and innovation, storytelling, and design for social impact, and has taught workshops from Mongolian yurts in the English countryside to farmhouses on the shores of Northern California. She holds a BSFS from Georgetown University, a JD from UC Berkeley School of Law, and an LLM from the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

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