We are storytellers. Actual storytellers. The kind who go deep, get on stage, and share personal experiences in a way that spur positive engagement.
Throughout our careers we’ve launched businesses, taught hundreds of classes, performed in front of thousands, and raised millions for major non-profits.
Now, Sara Sweet Rabidoux-Kelsey and Amanda Goodwin have founded Blind Tiger Tellers to help others gain the confidence, clarity and connection that comes from hearing, crafting and sharing great stories.
Amanda is a seasoned fundraiser and marketer who’s played a critical part in multiple multi-million dollar campaigns at such respected New England non-profits as WGBH, Boston College, and The Life is Good Kids Foundation. She’s also produced multiple national television and radio fundraising programs for PBS, NPR, and the BBC, and is a published short-story author, gratitude blogger, a featured teller for Fugitive Stories, and a Moth GrandSlam finalist.
M.F.A., Creative Writing, 2008
SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY
B.A., Communication & Media Studies, 2003
Sara Sweet Rabidoux-Kelsey
Sara Sweet Rabidoux-Kelsey founded the contemporary dance company hoi polloi. She is also the co-founder of the Bates Dance Festival’s Youth Arts Program. Sara has been a Guest Artist at numerous organizations, including Hampshire College, Smith College, Opera Boston, Texas Women’s University, Matsuyama University, and the Djerassi Foundation. Sara is a former member of Ryan Landry's Gold Dust Orphans and a founding member of Heloise and the Savoir Faire. Sara is a featured teller for Fugitive Stories, a Moth GrandSlam winner and she is currently working on her first Moth MainStage and hopes to perform with The Moth on the road in the future.
M.F.A., Choreography & Performing Arts, 1998
B.A., Choreography & Arts Management, 1993