What is organizational storytelling?
- Employees communicate something personal that inspires others to feel and to think
- Theme-based scripts connect to company goals
- Stories include characters and structure presented in virtual settings and in-person events
Pop-Up Storytelling for Organizations is an employee engagement program
Cheryl Farrell is a corporate communications consultant and performance storyteller in Southern California. Her eclectic career includes roles as Vice President of diversity for a major U.S. bank as well as television personality on the quiz show Jeopardy!
She applies those experiences in her consultancy helping corporate clients in healthcare, public utilities, and more. As a communications strategist she designs storytelling campaigns and develops and execute programs with measurable outcomes to help organizations meet their objectives.
Cheryl is developing a book proposal that examines how older black women excel at the intersection of race, gender, and age.
She has a master’s degree in communications from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s degree in economics from University of California, Los Angeles.
Cheryl Farrell has been a guest writer for online magazine Insidewink.com since 2020. Co-founders Jean Trebek and Alison Martin have a mission “to encourage kinder living, to reveal silver linings, to see the world’s perpetual generosity. Share an experience … to share the good!”
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Stories from The Sisterhood of Black Women Over 50
Welcome to “Stories by the Sisterhood of Black Women Over 50,” In keeping with the oral storytelling tradition, host, Cheryl Farrell presents first-person stories by Black women of a “certain age.”
Retired Human Resources officer from a Fortune 500 company with a continued passion for diversity and health.
Minister, musician, mom, marathoner, and manager who attributes her persistent drive toward achievement to the Los Angeles Baptist church she attended as a child.
Clinical Supervisor in a community mental health program, Diane tells the story of how she climbed literal and figurative mountains and became a mother to many, though never having children of her own.