Join us online for our monthly Chapter Meeting:
Storytelling and Learning
Everyone has a story to tell. Our narrative is one of overcoming obstacles and achieving goals. This program will provide key components to storytelling and how you can use these tools to ensure a consistent, authentic voice for your organization.
The learning in this session supports the ATD Professional Capability in Training Delivery & Facilitation.
Nicole Esquibel is an award-winning video and filmmaker, writer, and poet. She is a graduate of the esteemed University of Iowa's MFA-Film and Video Production program. Her theoretical articles, critical reviews, and written works of fiction have appeared in numerous publications including, Experimental Film: The Missing Frames, Sinister Wisdom, and Our Voices. She has collaborated with filmmakers on documentaries that premiered on PBS, American Masters, ITVS and German television, and Danish TV. Ms. Esquibel's films and videos have screened both domestically and internationally, including winning the "Between the Lines" award at the prestigious Ann Arbor Film Festival. Her current film, Neva Romero: Jamas Olividados won the "best short documentary" at the XicanIndie Film Festival and is enjoying the second year of screenings across the U.S. She is currently in pre-production on her latest documentary examining the lynching of Mexican-Americans in the Southwest.
Ms. Esquibel has served as a member of a wide variety of boards and has recently sat on the Advisory Board of Nuestra Herencia at The Kansas City Museum. At this present time, she is a Board Member at the Rime Center for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, the Kansas City Opioid Treatment Work Group, and the Board of Directors for First Call-Kansas City. Esquibel is Chair of the School of Visual and Communication Arts and Dean of the College of Professional Schools at Avila University. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri.