Amanda

&

Sara

 

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.

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Amanda Goodwin

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.

 

Education

LESLEY UNIVERSITY
M.F.A., Creative Writing, 2008

SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY
B.A., Communication & Media Studies, 2003

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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.  

Education

SMITH COLLEGE
M.F.A., Choreography & Performing Arts, 1998

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE
B.A., Choreography & Arts Management, 1993

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