On April 25, Guy Silagi & Mimi Sagadin taught a workshop titled "Finding your Story in the Midst of the Quarantine" during the Digital Karitos Experience.
DIRECTOR OF STORIES
I was exactly where you are today. I was afraid that my story was insignificant, my voice didn’t matter and my ideas were stupid. I became desperate to overcome my insecurities. When I did, it created in me the confidence I needed to step out and tell my story, speak my voice and fulfill my purpose.
I have combined my background working in interpersonal and group communications, journalism, filmmaking, senior leadership, marketing, sales and donor development in various industries including non-profit, para-church, healthcare, IT and other business environments to equip and empower you to tell your story, speak your voice and fulfill your purpose.
I have also had the privilege of capturing stories and testimonies from organization founders, business owners, pastors, cancer survivors, single moms, students, individuals with special needs, veterans, visionaries, artists, musicians, and hundreds of extraordinary individuals. Stories that have caused tears to shed, hearts to move and lives to change.
I am not alone. I have teamed up with experts and specialists in various disciplines to assist me in creating a custom path for you to tell your story, speak your voice and fulfill your purpose.
Mimi Sagadin began her acting career in Chicago during the 90's and studied improv at The Players Workshop of the Second City.
She's performed children's shows on the infamous main stage of The Second City, co-founded the improv troupe, Mission IMPROVable, and has been an active ensemble member of various troupes for over 20 years.
Sagadin has acted with numerous theater companies throughout the Windy City including Akvavit Theatre, Stage 773, n.u.f.a.n ensemble, The Awesome 80's Prom, and Provision Theater in their world premiere production of the Jeff nominated play, "The Hiding Place."
As a film actor she has worked directly with Vince Vaughn, Ron Howard, Emma Thompson, Will Ferrell, Dustin Hoffman, Queen Latifah, Marc Forster, Katherine Heigl, Kurtwood Smith, and John Rhys-Davies in "Return to the Hiding Place" which she has the honor of playing Holocaust survivor Corrie ten Boom.
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