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Booking History: Gutless & Grateful as a Keynote combining mental health advocacy and sexual assault prevention with Broadway Theatre

  • Keynote Speaker: Pacific Rim International Disability Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2016
  • Keynote Speaker: International School of Social Work Conference, Columbus, Ohio March 2018
  • American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2016 (Washington, DC)
  • Transformative Language Arts Network’s Power of Words Conference, Kansas City, MO (Narrative Medicine)
  • Eating Recovery Center, Denver, CO (Mental Health, Acceptance)
  • Heart of the City: Turning Passion to Business (B:Hive, Bridgeport, CT 2015)
  • Mental Health America Annual Conference 2016, Alexandra, VA (Media, Messaging and Mental Health)
  • New England Educational Opportunity Association 2016 (Sexual Assault)
  • Transformative Language Arts Network, Sacco, Maine, 2016
  • Great Comebacks Eastern Regional Recipient (Convatec) WOCN Conference, Greensboro, NC 2014
  • Great Comebacks (Convatec) Eastern Regional WOCN Conference ,Meriden, CT 2014
  • Great Comebacks (Convatec) National WOCN Conference, Nashville, TN, 2014
  • Wound and Ostomy Continence Nurses Society Annual Meeting, NJ, 2016
  • Creator of Gutless & Grateful (Mental Health/Disability/PTSD Education performance), Presentations 2012-2016 Colleges Nationwide
  • Expert/Features on NBC’s Today, CBS, WNBC, News 12, Cosmopolitan
  • Co-creator of medical workshops with Adam Blatner, MD
    League for Advancement of New England Storytellers Annual Conference
  • Brockport College Diversity Conference (2016)
  • Modern Femme Conference (Virginia Beach, May 2017)
  • National Student Leadership Diversity Convention (NYC, October 2016)
  • Fairfield County Arts Association, Fairfield, CT
  • National WOCN Conference, Nashville, TN
  • Convatec Great Comebacks Awards, Greensboro, NC
  • WOCN Eastern Regional Conference, New Jersey, November 2016
  • TEDx Syracuse Glitch, April 2016
  • Sharing the Fire (LANES Conference), April 2016
  • Great Comebacks Awards, Meriden, CT
  • Fairfield County Cultural Alliance
  • Coastal Arts Guild “Make Art Monthly”
  • Resilience and the Power of the Human Spirit, Westport, CT
  • Youth to Youth International Leadership Conference (Bryant College, RI)
  • NAMI Ending the Silence Presentations
  • International Women’s Art Salon, New York
  • Art Kibbutz, Governor’s Island, New York (July 2016)
  • StoryCollider: Science and Storytelling, New York .2016

College Mental Health Speaker/Advocacy Program (selected colleges)

  • Hampshire College 2014
  • Boston College 2015
  • Central Penn College 2015
  • Russell Sage College 2015
  • Haverford College 2015
  • Fulton Montgomery Community College 2015
  • New York University 2016
  • College of St. Benedict & St Johns 2017
  • Take Back the Night” Pima Community College, April 2017
  • Clark University, April 2017

 

Gutless & Grateful: Theatrical Venues

 

Writer, Director, Performer of One-Woman Show: Gutless & Grateful: A Musical Feast

  • Triad Theatre (October 2012, New York, New York)
    • BroadwayWorld Award Nominee “Best Theatre Debut”
  • Stage 72 (June 2013, New York, New York)
    • Woman About Town’s “Woman to Celebrate”
  • The Bijou Theatre (June 2013, Bridgeport, CT)
  • Barrington Stage Company (July 2013, Pittsfield, MA)
    • Part of “Mr. Finn’s Cabaret” series (personally invited by William Finn)
  • United Solo Festival (New York, New York, October & November 2014)
    • “Sold Out Top Pick” – awarded additional performance
  • Transformative Language Arts Network “Power of Words” National Conference (Kansas City, MO, September 2015)
  • Eating Recovery Center (October, 2015, Denver, CO)
  • Hampshire College (November, 2015, Amherst, MA)
  • Boston College (February, 2016, Boston, MA)
  • Emerging Artist Theatre (March 2016, New York, New York)
    • NYC Bistro Awards Top Pick
  • Chenango Non-Profit Equity Theatre (Greene, NY, June 2016)
  • Midtown Theatre Festival, New York (August, 2016)
  • Transformative Language Arts Network (Sacco, Maine, August 2016)
  • Metropolitan Room (NYC, February 2017)
  • Statera Women and Theatre Conference (Denver, CO, October 2017)
  • Sarasolo Performance Festival (Sarasota, Florida, January 2017)
  • New York New Works Theatre Festival (NYC, August, 2016) *Semifinalist
  • 54 Below (NYC, June 2017)
  • Guild Hall, JDT LabSeries, November 2017
  • Proscenium Theatre, Pima Community College, Tucson, Arizona
  • Licensed to regional monologue competitions and college theatre departments as an academic senior project, campus event, and competition performance piece

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