The Impact of Your Voice
October 20, 2021, 2:00 – 2:40 p.m. ET
Storytelling is critical to being an effective advocate and provides the opportunity for people to connect with your story in a direct and meaningful way. But how do you take an idea and use your voice to make a true impact?
This session will provide you tips in creating change through storytelling. Learn best practices from experts on sharing your story through public speaking, persuasive speech, letter writing, social media outreach, and more.
Nicole is a cystic fibrosis patient, a double lung transplant recipient, and an author. She is a graduate of Kean University's School of Communication, Media, and Journalism. Nicole spends her time writing children's books, advocating for the CF Foundation, laughing with family, and jamming out to Broadway musicals. Her latest project "Fall Risk the Musical" will bring CF into the spotlight.
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Richelle is an actor and writer who lives in Los Angeles, CA. She has appeared in many national commercials, produced, and co-hosted The Viall Files podcast, and wrote “Bachelor the Musical” which will tour fall 2022. She is also the creator of the Get Salty Comedy Show which has raised over $100k for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
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Carter is a sophomore at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is active on his college campus and has been working for his university's Athletic Department. Carter has been a volunteer for the CF Foundation since an early age and decided to get more involved his junior year of high school.