Book an event with Angie!
Angie loves sharing her passion for storytelling with others. Right now she is available virtually to give presentations at schools, libraries, book stores, corporate events, and other venues. Angie uses her background in teaching and performance arts to build engaging and educational interactive events that audiences of all ages will enjoy. She is happy to work with you and your team to create a program that meets your specific needs and the interests of your audience.
Works with groups of all sizes
Tailors presentation for specific age group
Story time and lessons range from 20-40 minutes
Classroom author mentorship available for one to four lessons.
Lesson topics include but are not limited to:
The Nuts and Bolts of Nonfiction
You have a Voice – Use It!
From Blank Page to Published Book
Revising - The Lifejacket of your Book
Keynote speaker topics include but are not limited to:
Dream Big, Fail Big, Win Big
The Untraditional Career Path
The Life Changing Power of Sports
Bookclub Presentation at the NY Rangers Virtual Girls Hockey Summit
Virtual author visit with Angie & Manon Rhéaume
2nd-4th graders at Academy of the Sacred Heart, MI
Keynote Address for undergraduates at Quinlan School of Business, Chicago
Here's what people have to say about Angie's visits:
"Our author visit with Angie and Manon was engaging, educational and fun! The students loved the opportunity to learn about the process of writing a book, featuring the importance of author voice and participation in a writing workshop. Asking Manon and Angie questions about their life experiences was truly inspirational and set the stage for great discussions about dreaming big, setting goals and working hard. It was a perfect way to celebration National Reading Month and Women's History Month!"
- Emily A.
Lower School Director & Director of Learning Support
Academy of the Sacred Heart, MI
"Angie is an energetic, passionate presenter. She understood the age group and planned a dynamic presentation to inspire and engage our learners!"
- Danielle H.
Library Media Specialist
Shepherd Glen Elementary School, CT
"Thank you for giving your time to touch the minds of our young thinkers and aspiring writers! I heard wonderful feedback and positive “masked” chatter in the hallways from both teachers and students. Teachers found most valuable the personal connections you made to the process of writing. Students were excited to receive a copy of your book for their classroom libraries. Thank you for “hitting home” and showing our North Merrick students the excitement and reality of reading and writing!"
- Christine T.
Technology & Library Media Coorindator
North Merrick Union Free School District, NY