This fall, eight nonprofit leaders took part in Inspire Leadership School’s Public Narrative Training in partnership with LeaderBridge. Public Narrative is the art of telling stories that inspire and motivate people to achieve a collective goal. In this three-part workshop, participants learned how to tell their leadership stories as the Story of Self, Story of Us, and Story of Now. One participant shared, “Public Narrative really helped me gain a greater sense of clarity around why I do this work, and how I communicate that to others.”
LeaderBridge is pleased to welcome these leaders to the Network: Leigh Player of Horton’s Kids, Maria Molina of CARACEN, Andrew Lee of DC Strings Workshop, Tiffany Turner of Nonprofit Prince George’s County, Monica Wainburg of Identity, Laura Bacon of the 3rd, AnDeneen Baldwin-Buckmon of Doorways, and Baba Kaloga of Heart to Hand Inc. The LeaderBridge Network now has nearly 150 leaders who are making an impact in the Greater Washington region!