How to See the Big Picture:

Helping Your Audience Cross the Bridge into Greater Awareness

Let me help you create a storytelling event, a one-day workshop or facilitate a discussion that explores some of the difficult issues we are facing today. I offer an innovative curriculum structure designed to prepare students and adults to be empowered and informed self-advocates. My clients include fraternities, universities, private schools and community activists who are seeking information and insight into the dynamics surrounding human rights and social justice issues: such scholarship would inform the framework of any teaching focus.

Carol is the queen of zen while also being the definition of a fierce woman! She has such a powerful presence in a room and immediately draws any crowd in with her humor and quick wit. The women in our organization loved her presentation and openness to questions and conversation. Having Carol come speak was the most impactful thing most of us have experienced in a very long time and the knowledge she shared will stay with all of us.”

Emily Setelin
James Madison University, Class of 2019
Phi Mu Fraternity, Gamma Theta Chapter- Vice President

“We loved having Carol come to our campus to discuss some sensitive but important topics. She was incredibly personable and made the audience feel it was a safe place to ask questions and be vulnerable. Her experience in theater and use of story added an insightful portion to her talk.”

Jenna Johnson, Christopher Newport University

For more info, check our Carol’s video calling card:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x57Bs-V4PDc&feature=share

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