Do you ever feel taken aback or tongue-tied when asked what you do? Tune up your 30-60-second elevator pitch with tips from storyteller, speaker coach, and an AWC-SB Woman of Achievement honoree Kymberlee Weil—and then use it to network with a stellar group of communications professionals. Join us at the next meeting of AWC-SB on September 8 at 5:30 p.m. via ZOOM for a chance to polish the story of your skills and talents, plus an opportunity to get to know local writers, coaches, designers, broadcasters, and others.
AWC-SB Members Free, Guests $10
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About Kymberlee Weil
Crushing it. Two words with unlimited potential of possibility. That describes the life path perfectly for Kymberlee Weil.
How else could one possibly explain a person who holds the distinction of NCAA Woman of the Year, 4th Degree Master Level Black Belt, MBA educated, author of two books on technology, founder of an award-winning software company, winner of both The Association for Women in Communications’ Women of Achievement Award and The Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award for Professional Services, trainer of over 500 TEDx speakers, improv comedy performer and trainer, international speaker and creator of StorytellingSchool.com, which specializes in high-stakes short-form storytelling to help thought leaders expand their influence.
Kymberlee’s determination to defy her own barriers fused with her unique combination of storytelling, spontaneity, and strategy has resulted in a powerful communication approach that has drawn the likes of CEOs, high-net-worth individuals, influencers, and entrepreneurs the world over.
AWC-SB Member Spotlight: Lauren Bianchi Klemann
Lauren Bianchi Klemann is a government affairs and communication professional for the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG). Lauren’s public, private, and nonprofit professional experience spans more than 15 years, having worked for K-12 public education, county government, and the American Red Cross. She is also an AWC-SB 2021-22 board member, and the chair of the 2022 AWC-SB Women of Achievement Awards.