SNF Agora Training: Your Story, Your Life

A workshop in personal storytelling geared to support women to become protagonists in their own life stories.
Register Now

This event is free, but registration is required.

As part of “Remember, Reflect, Recommit,” SNF Agora Institute’s virtual conference to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, Stoop Storytelling co-founder Laura Wexler leads an interactive virtual experience in which you’ll discover the evidence-based power of stories as a universal tool of communication. In celebration of our conference theme, this training will focus particularly on becoming the protagonist of your own tale. 

 The two-hour session will start with a lecture/discussion on the power and principles of personal storytelling. After a short break, participants will break into small groups for structured story-sharing sessions, then reconvene to wrap up.  

Participants will share a personal story about a time they acted as a protagonist in their own life, taking action to solve a problem, right a wrong, face a challenge, achieve a goal, whether in the personal, familial, or community sphere. 

This will be an interactive, hands-on workshop. We will use the Zoom webinar format, including Zoom breakout rooms for small group work.  

This training is free, but space is limited and registration is required.  





  • Laura Wexler

    Co-founder and Co-producer of the Stoop Storytelling Series An expert in personal storytelling, Wexler has presented workshops and trainings for organizations, businesses, and individuals since 2006. She is author of the narrative nonfiction book Fire in a Canebrake: The Last Mass Lynching in America.