Workshop: Public Speaking

Workshop with Asmaa Sbou on Public Speaking

This is your chance to learn how to speak and lead with self-confidence during job interviews, presentations, and team meetings, and impress your audience!

BIW*OC & TIN*BIPOC only!
When: Thursday, October 21, 6.30pm
Location: Dresdener Str. 11, 10999 Berlin
Languages: German & English
Registration: cc@biwoc-rising.org

This event is part of our mentoring program. We are still searching for mentors who volunteer to empower and support our mentees regarding professional topics and more. Please feel free to contact us!

Sponsored by: Filia. Die Frauenstiftung

Asmaa Sbou – Curator, empowerment and transformation coach
Asmaa works as a freelance curator for various cultural institutions. With her Mannheim-based collective, she is committed to the prevention of racism in the field of art and culture, as well as in political education work. In combination with her experiences, she is now active as an empowerment and transformation coach. Public speaking is thus a part of her brand, and among strong and clear communication one of her strengths.

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