I've worked with non-profits like Americore and the Union of Concerned Scientists, Universities like Harvard and MIT, and industry leaders like OceanSpray and the Universal Bank of Switzerland.
I'm also an actor, producer, writer and director. I was an executive trainer at ImprovBoston for over 20 years and Director of Improv at Curry College. Looking at communication through the lens of theater and applied improvisation allows me to immediately zero in on producing the greatest impact on your audience.
And as a guest lecturer at Boston University's Questrom School of Business, I have a front row seat to the significant challenges businesses are facing today.
Contact me to discover how to level up your business and deliver information in your most authentic and compelling voice.
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