So, What’s YOUR Story? Storytelling for Everyday Life


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Storytelling is foundational to good communication skills and necessary to expand and promote business, government, or social/community events. We all have a story to tell and if we tell it well, we can inspire and motivate for results. In this six-week course, you will learn what it takes to become a compelling storyteller and how to apply it to your everyday life. Storytelling is instrumental to landing a job, for teaching a new skill, in giving a memorable wedding toast, for getting buy-in during a presentation at work or during a family meeting, and as an influencer on social media.  Each week, we will cover the basics and principles of our topic and then put it into practice so you will leave each class with a new storytelling tool in your toolkit. 

Liana Henry is a corporate Product Marketing Manager who holds a Masters in Journalism, Mass Communications, and Public Relations. Her career experience includes holding such roles as a News Editor with Gatehouse Media, Publisher/Owner of The Billerica Green news magazine, and various Marketing and Communications Management roles over the last 13 years, making her uniquely qualified to teach communications. She also holds an educator license for high school English. When she is not crafting internal and external product copy or managing events, she is the Community lead for a Family/Parents Employee Resource Group and a LGBTQ+ Employee Resource Group during the workweek. Additionally she is on the Billerica Memorial High School Drama Club Costuming Team as a costumer on the weekends.

Start Date: 9/29/2022, 6 meetings
Class Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Day of Week: Thursday
Location: Lexington High School
Instructor: Liana Henry
Status: Closed