Storytelling for Impact

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Storytelling is a powerful skill to get your message heard, build connections with the people around you, and make an impact on your community. This workshop will teach you the elements of great storytelling and guide you through the process of using stories in your work and life. You will leave the workshop with a toolkit of storytelling skills along with resources to learn more. [/tab] [tab title=”Presenter(s)”]Presenter(s)
Mary Kay HazelMary Kay Hazel
Program Designer, The Collaboratory, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA)
After nearly 4 years as the director of an educational nonprofit in India, Mary Kay recently returned to the US to join the Department of State’s Collaboratory team, whose mission is to design, pilot, and spread new approaches to public diplomacy. Mary Kay brings hands-on knowledge of education systems along with a keen eye for inclusion to her work. She specifically focuses on leveraging the power of storytelling for public diplomacy, evaluating the impact of the Collaboratory’s work, and extending ECA programs to underserved populations both domestically and internationally. Outside of work, Mary Kay plays the piano and French horn and enjoys deep dive conversations on pop culture.[/tab] [tab title=”Session Archive”]Please complete the following form to view the session archive:
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