Join The Fold Founder, Amanda Carter Gomes and Narrative Intelligence creator, Laura Sullivan Cassidy for a conversation about our personal plotlines and how we can write and direct them—even in this time of trauma, grief, and uncertainty.
About this Event
The Fold's Founder and EIC, Amanda Carter Gomes, will be in conversation with Laura Sullivan Cassidy coach/consultant/founder of Narrative Intelligence to discuss navigating personal plotlines through uncertainty, loss, trauma, and transformation.
This is a free virtual event on Thursday, January 21 at 5:30 pm PST, hosted by The Fold and Cloud Room. Registration is required. The zoom link will be emailed out to all event attendees prior to the event start.
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Laura Sullivan Cassidy (she/her) is a career writer, editor, and content director who recently reconfigured her experience and expertise to form Narrative Intelligence, a coaching and consultancy platform focused on storytelling, story-reading, and what she calls Storymapping. Her work with individuals and brands is about attuning their natural ability to shape their narratives, their potential, and their purpose.