How I Learned To Sound Like Me: Voice and Radio
Sunday September 9th, 1:00pm
How do you cultivate, grow, and learn to embrace the voice you have? In this workshop, you will learn to leverage your unique perspective and find its value in your work as a storyteller with Geraldine Ah-Sue, podcast producer and host of SF MOMA’s Raw Material. Geraldine will share how she has been able to find, explore, and develop her voice as a woman and person of color and how doing so has added depth and value to her work.
About Geraldine Ah-Sue
Geraldine Ah-Sue is an award-winning podcast producer interested in using creative media to inspire a more loving and just world. She was the producer for the second season of SFMOMA's podcast, Raw Material, which focused on art, community and social justice. Her work has also been featured on StoryCorps on NPR, KALW and KPFA. Geraldine's newest project is a pun-filled comedic radio drama called Playing With Food: The Place Where Food Comes to Life. She is also a producer for the Disability Visibility Project podcast. During the day, she works alongside the brilliant scholars, teachers and staff of Oakland High School.