Greetings Human Performance Leaders,
Please join ISPI Potomac for a unique weekend of storytelling in Washington DC, Saturday, July 21 - Sunday, July 22, 2018!
American University - Spring Valley Building, Room 603
4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Saturday, July 21 & Sunday July 22, 2018
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
ISPI Discount Rate: $95.00 for 2 days!
We are thrilled to partner with ISPI International and our local sponsor, American University - School of Public Affairs, for an exciting weekend of learning and community building.
Storytelling is the greatest technology that humans have ever created. Storytelling is the basis for almost everything in our society - the way we interact, build, communicate, live and dream. Keeping with ISPI Potomac’s focus on developing a Federal Workforce for the 21st Century, we believe Storytelling will be a critical skill to engage employees at all levels of our Federal Agencies.
ISPI Potomac Chapter members receive a special discount rate of $95.00 to attend the Summer Storytelling Institute. That’s more than half-off the non-ISPI International rate. To take advantage of this best value rate of $95.00, please register on the ISPI website and use code POTOMAC18 at checkout OR contact ISPI staff email@example.com or via phone at 301.587.8573.
About our Storytelling Facilitator, Jessica Robinson from Better Said than Done!
Better Said Than Done Founder Jessica Robinson studied filmmaking at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She has been a regular commentator on WAMU, DC’s NPR station, is the author of the novel Caged, and most recently has a short story included in the anthology Roar: True Tales of Women Warriors. Jessica performed her first story in 2007 and has been addicted ever since – performing stories for Story District, Perfect Liars Club, TEDx, SWAN Day, WIFV and any venue or corporate event in need of a great story. She has led storytelling workshops and presentations for INOVA Fairfax Hospital, K4Health at Johns Hopkins University, AAMC, Legal Services of Northern Virginia, SACC, the George Washington University School of Business, PRB, and AHRQ, as well as regularly teaching Better Said Than Done in-house storytelling workshops.
We are excited to see you for an exciting weekend of Storytelling!
Peter Baverso, Potomac Chapter President