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Interview with Gigi Rosenberg- author, producer, speaker

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Gigi Rosenberg is an author, speaker, coach, and workshop leader. Her book, The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing grew out of her acclaimed professional development workshops launched in Portland, Oregon, and taught at Chicago’s Self Employment in the Arts, New York City’s Foundation Center, and throughout the Pacific Northwest.

As a writer, she explores the world’s peculiarities and paradoxes. In essays, memoir, and dramatic monologs, she scrutinizes taboos and investigates the quirks, losses, and impossible expectations of being a mother, daughter, wife, and human.

As a presentation coach, she draws on her background in writing, visual art, theater, and corporate communications to coach business people and artist entrepreneurs. Her workshop Make a Great Presentation has been featured at Microsoft, Mercy Corps NW, and the University of Portland’s Center for Entrepreneurship. She has taught Give a Good Reading at Seattle’s Richard Hugo House, Lewis and Clark College, and Seattle’s BizArt Conference.

Born in New York City to professional visual artist parents, Gigi grew up there and in Boston. At McGill University in Montreal she studied psychology and English literature and graduated with a degree in anthropology.

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