Climate Reality Speaker Training Boot Camp

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Attention all aspiring climate leaders !

You are invited to join the next Speaker Training Boot Camp of The Climate Reality Project (LA Chapter) the organization founded by former Vice President Al Gore. Here you will get useful tips and needed practice in honing your presentation skills. Given what the recently released IPCC report and the 4th National Climate Assessment from the U. S. Government have told us, Climate Reality Leaders out in the public space spreading the word about the climate crisis are needed now more than ever. We’re here to help you accomplish that goal.

Your lead trainer will be Author, Speaker, Legislative Liaison, and Speaker Training Chair for the Climate Reality Project LA Chapter, Carol Kravetz.

Carol has been training activists since 2012 on what it means to be an organizer, how to incorporate your personal story into your activism and get new activists ready to meet the challenge of the climate crisis. The Climate Reality Project (CRP) came along in 2013 in Chicago, and Carol has given climate presentations all around

the LA basin ever since. She recently took over as CRP’s Speaker Training Chair for the Los Angeles Chapter. When Carol trained to be a citizen lobbyist in 2014 with Citizens Climate Lobby, she found it the most rewarding activism she does – meeting with legislators on the State and Federal level to move climate legislation forward. As of last year she now trains climate activists to do the same. Assisting you with your presentation is what Carol and the Speaker Training Committee is all about.

Training alongside Carol Kravetz will be Darlene Koldenhoven, a Grammy-winning vocalist with a Masters in Voice and Bachelors in Music Education, and Jeff Drongowski, a dynamic photographer and content creator with the focus and business acumen of an award-winning sales and marketing veteran.

This is a free event, and all are invited to attend.

This event is sponsored by The Climate Reality Project Los Angeles Chapter
and the Los Angeles Public Library  

For ADA accommodations, call (213) 228-7430 at least 72 hours prior to event.

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