Learn How to Tell Your Story with Power PLUS

Sherre Bishop, Telling Your StorySherre Bishop presented at the 2011 Equal Justice University and delivered a noteworthy workshop from start to finish. Bishop offered tips on how to build blocks for communicating your organization’s story and how to engage listeners while telling your own personal story.

View this video now or later to discover the power in storytelling. Whether the opportunity calls for you to raise funds, gain volunteer support, or enhance support through the use of a 3-minute impromptu introduction or formal presentation, this workshop provides the keys to using storytelling as a powerful tool for meeting your goals.

About Sherre Bishop

Celebrated as an anointed and versatile performer and speaker, Sherre Miller Bishop is known for her down-to-earth speaking style and sense of humor. Her presentations are as entertaining as they are information-rich. A former TV news anchor/reporter and radio talk show host, Bishop has worked in broadcasting and served as a reporter for the Washington-based, BET News and appeared in commercials and independent films. She has also worked as a speechwriter and public relations director in academia. As a Christian comedienne, she is known as her alter ego, “Sistah Willie Ruth Johnson,” a telling-it-straight-before-its-too-late church lady. In and out of character, she has addressed audiences as large as 5,000 across the U.S., telling stories and providing inspiration for others to tell their stories. She holds a Th.B. in Bible Theology, M.A. in English and a B.S. in Speech Communication and Theater.

Her one-woman show, “From the Motherland to the Promised Land,” took her to Hollywood to perform as a winner in Los Angeles Women’s Theater Festival in 2005. Bishop is a recipient of the “E” Award, the Economic Excellence and Equity Award, presented during the Tennessee Economic Summit for Women, which recognizes those who have distinguished themselves in a specific field that has contributed to improving the lives of girls and women in Tennessee.

Posted: November 17, 2011