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Howard University (Broadcast Journalism)
I have been a public address announcer, master of ceremonies and a voiceover artist for more than 25 years. I have taught public speaking for five years as well. I would love to teach the next generation.
I have worked for Howard University as a public address announcer and voiceover artist and at Coppin State as a public address announcer and a master of ceremonies.
I specialize in teaching students how to organize a speech or presentation so the student will be most comfortable in delivering the speech. I teach how to prepare the speaker to deliver what needs to be said in the most comfortable manner. I will not ask the student to memorize the information in the speech, simply to be familiar enough with the information to comfortably deliver the speech.
I also can work with you on voiceover narration as well as public address announcing techniques, in case you are announcing that big game.
I like to have fun with my tutoring sessions and all I ask of my students is to be receptive and to participate. I am very flexible with hours and location of the session.
I look forward to working with you and achieving success! I have been a public address announcer, master of ceremonies and a voiceover artist for more than 25 years. I have taught public speaking for five years as well. I would love to teach the next generation.
I have worked for Howard University as a public address
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