If you're starting a coworking space,
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Planning an event or conference and want to get your audience from yawn to YAY? Hire Angel to moderate or facilitate your sessions.
Angel led a group of 25 women through a discussion on belonging using a grounding exercise and open-ended questions based on Brene Brown's book Braving the Wilderness.
Angel moderated a panel of members of coworking spaces from Canada and the United States. This panel was filled with laughter and audience engagement in the form of Q&A.
Angel was invited back to moderate another panel of members and community managers of coworking spaces. In this panel she tackled some big emotions on stage as the group grieved the death of a member. (Yes, we were all crying on stage and it was trans-formative for the panelists, Angel and the audience.)
In terms of challenging venues, Angel rocked a session on discussing failures in an historic airplane located in a museum. Always able to adjust on the fly, she paired up participants with one another rather than doing a presentation to take advantage of the unique seating.
Honestly, this is just my favorite picture of learning what not to do in your coworking space. Owner Jeff learned the hard way what happens when you give everyone a full dose of MCT oil in their coffee.
From a bar to an art gallery, Angel facilitated three sessions aimed to help prepare musicians to play a music festival that is spread over 20+ venues in two days in Fort Collins, Colorado. Each panel contained different mixes of marketing, venue and festival experts. One panelist got a sweet job offer after being spotted on this panel!