Afraid to speak in public? Looking for ways to engage your listener in a wide range of performance settings? Wanting to effectively present yourself in interviews, auditions, community and educational programs? Join public speaking expert Margie Zohn for a fun and interactive workshop that explores the nuts and bolts of public speaking, engaging your audience with confidence, tackling performance anxiety, and applying excellent communication skills to your professional lives. Co-presented by Entrepreneurial Musicianship and Community Performances and Partnerships Departments; free and open to NEC students, faculty and staff.
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About Margie Zohn
For the last 16 years, Margie has designed and delivered leadership development programs, teambuilding and coaching worldwide. Margie has worked with clients including American Express, Capital One, Google, The Federal Reserve, Time Warner, McKinsey, Novartis, and The Young Presidents’ Organization, and has presented at Executive Education Programs including Harvard, Columbia, MIT, and IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. She has guest-lectured and conducted residencies at MIT, Boston University, Brown University, Emerson College, Simmons School of Social Work and Suffolk University.
Margie also serves as a creative consultant for playwrights, solo performers and actors. She has developed and directed numerous projects for performance at venues in the US and abroad. As a professional actor, Margie has performed with Shakespeare & Company, The Lyric Stage, The Merrimack Rep, and Anna Deveare Smith’s Institute on The Arts and Civic Dialogue at the American Repertory Theater.