Sarah Kathleen Peck is a writer, designer, and storyteller with an architecture background and a penchant for explaining how things work. She holds a BA in Psychology from Denison University and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Penn Design. Sarah’s research and writing focuses on the relationships between design, environment, and behavior and today, she writes and teaches courses on storytelling, content strategy, and writing. Previously, she founded the award-winning Landscape Urbanism website and led the communications team for SWA Group, an international landscape architecture and urban design firm. Based in Brooklyn and San Francisco, Sarah is constantly moving: she is a yogi, a runner, and a 20-time NCAA All-American swimmer who has successfully swam from Alcatraz 9 times, most recently raising $33,000 for Charity: Water and swimming from Alcatraz in her birthday suit as part of the campaign.
Storytelling 1.0: Crafting Narratives for Individuals and Businesses
Learn storytelling tools that are quickly implementable for communication needs ranging from a personal biography to the description of your company.
Storytelling 2.0 - Leadership, Sticky Messages and the Psychology of Persuasion
With a focus on storytelling for leadership, this class will detail case studies in leadership storytelling, persuasion, and story frameworks.