June’s Featured Storytellers

Introducing our featured storytellers for the June slam. We’ve got some great tellers in store for you! Here they are…

hillmann-bill-author-photo-full fileBill Hillman

Bill Hillmann is an award winning writer and storyteller from Chicago. The Chicago Tribune called his debut novel The Old Neighborhood “Evocative…”.

Hillmann is the creator of the internationally acclaimed storytelling series The Windy City Story Slam. Hillmann is on the second half of his national tour promoting his novel which released in April.

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At age 28, Richard J. Bryan took the reins of an $120 million family business when his father was forced to retire due to illness. That alone was a challenge. Worse, the business was losing $3.5 million a year. In his 10 years as CEO, Richard’s leadership style matured from a controlling, micro-manager to a true leader.  Richard applied creative strategies to articulate a crystal-clear vision, hire the right people, forge a dynamic team, and build a thriving, profitable business.

Richard is an international speaker, author and coach to business owners and CEOs and lives in Evergreen Colorado with his wife and two teenage children.

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Mary-Laurence Bevington

Mary-Laurence Bevington is a storyteller at heart. She was raised in Atlanta, GA in an Irish Catholic family alongside seven wild and crazy brothers, and two cool parents. Her path has been enriched by such things as: the wilderness, dharma art, theatre, massage therapy, psychic endeavors, poetry, freelance writing, yoga, Body Mind Centering, Pilates, experiential education, travel and love affairs. She is the Managing Director and the Yoga and Pilates Director at Movement Climbing + Fitness in Boulder, CO. You can find her on Facebook and at her oft outdated website. marybevington.com

Image 11Adam Hosein

Winner of the Most Humorous Category at the 2013 Grand Slam, Adam Hosein will be back again! He’s a philosopher to the stars and occasional teller of poorly constructed stories.  May one day finish a memoir called “A Short Collection of Bad Dates.”