For Immediate Media Release
Mary Anne Moorman, known in story circles as Auntmama is heating up stages in the northwest. You can still catch her on radio every Sunday (KBCS.FM live stream and archived under Walkin
the Floor) but if you are visiting the Pacific Northwest or if you are a native on the look out for something new something old and something guaranteed to entertain you’ll find her at concerts, festivals and city gathering.
Hailed as the “finest storyteller in Seattle” by the Stranger Newspaper, Auntmama’s blend of southern humor with a northwest twist is popular with audiences of all ages and
background. Auntmama has performed with break dancers, jazz and Americana musicians and is currently working on a new show blending stories with music from around the world. Her latest radio offering Rain City Tales and Tunes will be released in 2012.
Moorman’s own storytelling background comes from the natural style of the Crooked Road and her Blue Ridge Mountains Home. But it was as a management consultant that she found her voice and honed her style. Founder of Gamma Vision Inc. and BIOSS USA, Moorman has traveled the world telling stories about leadership practices, customer service and employee development.
“She’s the finest keynoter we ever had,” said, Bernie Reznicek former CEO of Boston Edison. The utility executive believes her humor and ability to translate complexity into a simple message has led to success.
Businesses are bringing Moorman back in to teach managers how to tell the company story to customers, shareholders and employees alike. She says organizations that convey an authentic story to all stakeholders build a lasting future. “It’s a shared belief and that’s often what keeps companies going through the hard patches,” she says.
Auntmama has shared the stage with dignitaries and musicians from many walks of life and around the world. From the bluegrass sounds of Dale Ann Bradley to the Young Presidents Organizations and Fortune 100 CEOs, Moorman has the right tale for the right audience at the right time.
Moorman is on Northwest stages throughout the 2011 season and you can always find a story in the Audio section of her web site. Check the live events section to find out where you can see her next or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for furtherinformation.