ART of Voice for Professional Women: How to be a Passionate Leader Without Losing Your Cool
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About the facilitators:
Hilary Blair, CEO & Executive Communication Coach
Hilary Blair, presentation and speaking voice expert, is a highly regarded coach and facilitator working extensively across the US with a variety of businesses including American Express, Janus Funds, Staples, Liberty Global, and Hunter Douglas. She trains high achievers craving honest feedback in order to grow. Hilary’s years as a stage, film and voice over actor, teacher, and voice coach present a unique skill set. She sees beyond habits and learned behaviors to what is unique and authentic in the individual or group. In addition, she facilitates workshops that use improvisation in order to improve leadership skills, team building and creativity. She is on faculty for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and has been adjunct faculty for a number of universities. Hilary is CEO and lead coach for Articulate: Real&Clear. She is an active member of Toastmasters and is a board member of VASTA – the Voice and Speech Trainers Association. She holds an MFA in acting from the National Theatre Conservatory and a BA from Yale University.
Ethel Greene, Energy Worker and Coach
Ethel Greene is an energy worker and coach. She works in partnership with her clients assisting them in seeing the bigger picture, releasing what doesn’t serve them and aligning with what their heart desires. She has been teaching classes in embodying divinity, mysticism, practical spirituality, creation skills, and energy work for over 25 years.
Tamara Meneghini, Voice/Movement Coach
is a professional actor and teaching artist. She belongs to the Actor’s Equity Association (AEA), the Association of Theatre Movement Educators (ATME), and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA). She has taught courses in acting, movement training, and various sections of voice/speech to actors and non-actors. She holds an MFA/Acting, a BA in Theatre/Music Performance, and is a certified in the Fitzmaurice Voicework and the Williamson Movement Technique. Her coaching work includes working with professional speakers, period style performances, and specific dialect/speech and presentation projects.
She developed and has performed the award-winning original solo work, The Great Goddess Bazaar (written by David Rush and directed by Jane Page) at the International Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, 2013, Stratford Circus (London), United Solo Festival (NY, Best Variety Show), Boulder International Fringe Festival (Fringe Encore Award) and she garnered the Denver Ovation Award for Best Solo Performance in 2012. She is currently working on an original performance piece about Elizabeth I and will be playing the role of Mary in The Testament of Mary, for the regional premiere in the spring of 2017. She has studied with commedia del’arte master teachers and performers, Antonio Fava and Giovanni Fusetti. She is a recipient of a Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Teaching Artist Fellowship, Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Acting Teacher Award, and serves as a KCACTF VASTA representative