Improve (and practice) telling your story at Practice Your Pitch - a collaborative training session facilitated by communication strategist and coach, Christina Brennan.
Come prepared to work! You will be:
Refining your messaging/pitch
Receiving feedback from an expert and your peers
Practicing in a safe space
Learning tactics for practicing, as well as conquering stage fright and boosting your confidence
Networking with like-minded professionals
5:00-5:30pm -- Guests arrive / Networking
5:30-5:50pm -- Intro and best practices tips
5:50-6:35pm -- “Speed pitching” (partner up with other attendees to practice)
6:35-7:00pm -- Five people get 2 mins to pitch in front of the room with group feedback
Led by communication strategist and coach Christina Brennan, who has coached over 150 founders. Come prepared to work! You will walk away with:
Tips for pitching and presenting
Actionable feedback from your peers
Connections with like-minded professionals
Discount to an intensive, small group workshop
Snacks will be provided to keep your energy up!
Sign in and networking begins at 5:00pm and the workshop will begin at 5:30pm sharp!
WeWork Labs | 1411 4th Ave, 14th Floor, Seattle, WA 98101
Parking garages nearby, as well as bus lines and the light rail.
As a communication consultant, Christina helps professionals and companies figure out what they’re trying to say and how to say it well.
Through workshops, courses, and 1:1 coaching, she builds messaging development, storytelling, and public speaking – helping her clients build deeper connections, land more deals, and overall be more impactful communicators. Through her diverse background in marketing, advertising, sales, and journalism - with large corporations like Microsoft and startups alike - she's established systems that help her understand how any audience best consumes information and how to create content that is useful and memorable.
Originally from CO, Christina played basketball while pursuing her degree in Communication with a Business minor. After college, she moved to Texas and eventually made her way to the Seattle area, where she truly kicked off her entrepreneurial journey. Christina organizes with the Poor People’s Campaign and wants “to see everyone make it!”