speaking & teaching

The craft of speaking to groups of people involves authenticity, conviction, dynamics, and poise.

A gifted orator, Carrie polished her speaking and performance skills at an early age. From age 11 to 15, she competed nationally on her high school speech (forensics) team, becoming a state finalist and coaching her teammates to victory. In her early 20s, she educated high school and community college students throughout Northern California on creative career opportunities.

She currently gives talks to entrepreneurs, women's groups and university students on a wide-range of topics, from the educational to the inspirational. She is also Affiliate Faculty at Metropolitan State University of Denver
in their Communication Design program. View student work >>

Carrie's versatility enables her to craft lectures, workshops and inspirational talks on a wide range of topics that can be customized for specific audiences.

Sample range of past requests:

• CRAVEfuel: Storytelling (Crave Company – photos above from this event) – WATCH EXCERPTS >>

How to Create an Engaging Newsletter That Converts (In Good Company) – WATCH EXCERPTS >>

• Promotion in the Film Industry: Tools, techniques and systems for marketing yourself and your film (College of Arts & Media, University of Colorado Denver)

• Information is Cheap, Meaning is Expensive: The Growing Need for Data Storytelling
(Denver Design Week)

• How to Present and Project Your Voice with Impact (Social Enterprise Alliance)

• Innovative Ways to Create Social Impact (Colorado Ivy+ Women)

• Master the Art of Branded Content (Savor the Success)

• Website Clinic for Entrepreneurs (In Good Company)

• Exploring Intimacy (Crave Company)

• What is infographic, interactive and data journalism, and why are non-traditional formats so essential to storytelling and communications in the media (Manhattanville College)


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