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Welcome to our storytelling boutique!

We believe great messages – like great food – should be available to everyone!

Leaders, Changemakers!

Your one-stop shop is here!

 

– Engagement strategy

– Storytelling Circles

– The Arts, Food, and History

We are collaborative consultants at your service!

storytelling through dance and the arts

Read YoNNNews: Our online destination for diverse news and stories.

Testimonials – “Sylvia paved the way to Brooklyn for us. She delivered impressive marketing and communications work for the Brooklyn-Japan Kakehashi – Bridge for Tomorrow program! Excellent cultural competency!” Osamu Honda, Japan Foundation, NY

“For more than a decade Sylvia has been a trusted partner, helping us to raise the profile and support our anti-apartheid South Africa reinvestment program!” Donna Katzin, founder, Shared Interest

Check Work+News page for more testimonials and updates!

View my award-winning films: ‘From Shanghai to Harlem’ and ‘The Healing Game.’

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What we can do for you:

  • public relations, communications, journalism
  • storytelling circles, diversity and inclusion
  • researcher, oral historian, teacher
  • artist, filmmaker, theater producer
  • Diaspora chef, urban gardener

Community: We mentor, coach learners of all ages. We donate media services to community organizations. Thank you for donations!

About Sylvia: Harlem-born, Brooklyn-raised boomer with millennial spirit.

Send email to Hello@YoNarrative.com

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