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University of Illinois, Chicago (Art History, Theatre)
To succeed in school, work, and life today, we must be able to communicate effectively and present our ideas clearly, intelligently, and distinctly. To present our best ideas, we must also know how to present our best self which requires organizational skills, confident speaking and presentation skills, strong writing skills, and excellent listening skills. Working for major arts organizations, universities and schools, media companies,
youth serving agencies, as well as commercial and non-profit businesses, I have employed a variety of engaging methods and techniques to help countless adults and youth improve how they present themselves to the public, their colleagues, and future employers.
Offering over 35 years of professional experience leading and coaching teams of employees, colleagues, and students of all ages and cultures, I truly enjoy helping people achieve their personal, scholastic, and professional goals. My background in arts administration, marketing, and management, community outreach and education, and programming and performance has given me extensive hands-on, real world opportunities to help people of all ages and diverse backgrounds improve their verbal, non-verbal, and written communication skills. I look forward to helping you achieve your goals with tutoring sessions that are designed for you. To succeed in school, work, and life today, we must be able to communicate effectively and present our ideas clearly, intelligently, and distinctly. To present our best ideas, we must also know how to present our best self which requires organizational skills,
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