Capacity Lab Story Lab II
The Discovery Lab series is dedicated to bringing together Los Angeles changemakers to exchange knowledge and problem solve across diverse sectors.
830 Traction Ave. #3A
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - 2ND FL MEDIA LAB CLASSROOM
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Story Lab is designed for 100% attendee participation. Everyone will be crafting and practicing their story. We will start with a refresher on storytelling as well as cover proper facilitation to ensure constructive feedback.
This is your chance to refine your story in a fun, supportive atmosphere. In order to get the most out of the session you will need to do some homework. Please spend a few minutes preparing the following:
Have a story in mind
Know your target audience
What is your call to action
$15 - Regular tickets
$10 - HUB LA members use promo code ‘discoveryhubster’
$5 - Discovery Lab 1 attendees use promo code ‘discoveryone’
FREE - Capacity Match members use promo code ‘discoverymatch’
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Whether you are a nonprofit, for-profit social enterprise, or freelance consultant, you will benefit from the exchange of knowledge and ideas. You will build relationships with your peers and meet experts from other sectors. This special sauce of cross-functional expertise will help you build lasting relationships with a supportive community. Be prepared to roll up your sleeves and actively engage in the discovery process. With each ticket purchase you can bring up to three additional co-workers.
Our session leaders:
Michael Kass is an award winning storyteller and dedicated nonprofiteer. He has won multiple Moth StorySlams and appears regularly around Los Angeles spinning tales. His work with nonprofits ad other organizations dedicated to social good revolves around combining the power of storytelling with strong business sense to engage communities, advance missions and deepen impact. Michael primarily works with small to mid-sized organizations ranging from early start-ups to larger established institutions such as The Saban Free Clinic and Chicago Academy of Sciences. For more about Michael, see www.mkassconsulting.com.
Jesse Clarke has a diverse professional background and has previously worked for everything from a Fortune 500 company to a startup, both domestically and internationally. She excels at working with cross-functional teams in strategy planning, project management, and problem resolution. She is a co-founder of The Capacity Lab where she leads R&D of innovative solutions to capacity building in the social impact and nonprofit sectors. For more about Jesse, see www.thecapacitylab.org.