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Education, Social, Networking, Finding Partnerships, Looking for a soul-mate
What kind of person are you?
What kinds of improv-related services are you involved in?
Teambuilding, Creativity, Innovation, Problem Solving, Leadership, Life Skills, Change Management, Presentation Skills, Communcation
Any niche industries, skills, etc?
Cable Television, copywriter, advertising
Share a favorite 'improv epiphany'
Hmmm? I have one every time I perform.
More about you: (Short Bio or any other details you'd like people to know)
Elizabeth Beasley is freelance writer for Apartment Guide and How Stuff Works. She also worked at Turner Broadcasting for over 13 years in a variety of roles and divisions ranging from Turner Studios Communications Manager to TBS Interactive Producer. She studied Radio, TV and Motion Pictures at the University of North Carolina, but her real love of entertainment was born from many hours of watching Hee Haw and The Carol Burnett Show. Elizabeth started taking improv classes at Laughing Matters and Dad's Garage in 2000 and met her fellow Gorgeous Ladies of Comedy shortly afterwards. She uses her improv skills every single day at work and play!
I need help with...
Selling improv training to business schools and corporate teams.
Hi Elizabeth - thanks for your note. Would love to meet you and Allison for dinner! My flight arrives from London in Atlanta at 17:05 (5:05pm). Not sure if I'll have to contend with re-checking bags yet - my guess is yes. Will call you on your cell when I'm there. BW, Belina
If you're new to this site or the concept of Applied Improv, you should probably start by first visiting this FAQ page to get your basic questions answered. Please see this guide for tips on how to use the AIN site. You can also watch video tutorials on using this site.
We have created and launched a new website to promote Applied Improvisation to prospective clients - AppliedImprov.com
As you know, we already have a great website for talking to each other: this new site is for us to talk to the world, letting people know the value that AI practitioners can bring to organisations and communities, as trainers, facilitators and inspirers of creativity. It also has a sensational new logo, thanks to our very own Bård Brænde.
Please take a look here, let us know how to improve the site, and recommend it to any potential clients you can think of. If you’d like to be listed on the site as a Practitioner, then check out the sign-up process on the discussion linked to this email here.