Marlon Fuentes brings design thinking and an ethnographic approach to his work as a multi-media content strategist, and virtual reality producer. He has worked over the years to develop the curriculum, “MicroStorytelling: Brief, Bold, Provocative,” which he’s taught at venues such as The California Endowment Foundation, Google.org, Center for Nonprofit of Southern California, and Kaiser Permanente. Marlon holds a degree from UCLA in Ethnomusicology, as well as being a UCLA Anderson School of Business Riordan Fellow where he mentored high school youth from inner city neighborhoods on emerging technology and career development.
Digital Activism: Leveraging Campaigns Using MicroStorytelling Method
This workshop will discuss best practices and new tools specifically designed to share your story and advocate for positive social impact by leveraging the power of storytelling.