Let's be real for a sec. Speaking in front of people. In front of strangers. Can be NERVE WRECKING. How do we not feel like an imposter? How do we become a confident speaker whether it's in a staff meeting, a presentation, or a speech? And why does everyone else look soooo good at it? Join Sarah Lillie Anderson, Senior Manager of Tree Equity at American Forests and ELP Senior Fellow, for an honest and personal conversation about public speaking and finding the right medium for your voice. Sarah will begin with giving her background and experience public speaking (the good, the bad, and the ugly) then leave plenty of room for an open Q&A.
A bit about Sarah:
Sarah Lillie Anderson serves as Senior Manager of Tree Equity at American Forests. Her work focuses on delivering benefits of healthy urban forests to communities historically left out of receiving them. Via the Tree Equity: Career Pathways initiative, Sarah facilitates capacity-building activities for pre-employment programs that build and retain a diverse, qualified, and representative workforce.
Previously, she ran Lillie Leaf Solutions, a consulting firm that helped urban greening stakeholders address equity, access, inclusion, and justice in their work. Sarah has her Masters in Public Administration from Bowie State University and a dual degree in Urban and Environmental Studies with a certificate in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Pittsburgh.