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Susan Klein has the answer. A world class storyteller in her own right, Susan leads by example. She shows us how to relay powerful narratives with no props or PowerPoint. Instead, she helps us 'see' the story, enter the room, interact with the characters in a deep and appreciative way, and revel in the moment she describes. And then she shows all of us how to tap into our authentic voices so we can deliver the same connected experience for others — in a matter of hours.

- Dave Viotti, Fuse Corp Founder
& Judy Issokson, Executive Coach and former Fuse Corps faculty

About Susan Klein, M.Ed.

Susan Klein is a storyteller, editor, workshop leader, narrative/story consultant for the stage and page, and presentation coach. She leads Story Wisdom™ workshops on storytelling, writing, memoir organization, public speaking, and obituary writing. An award-winning author, she has written three books, several trade guides, articles, and essays. She has directed and produced 25 storytelling recordings. She also crafts histories for individuals and organizations.

As proprietor of Ruby Window Productions, she provides storytelling concerts, speeches, spoken-word audio direction and production, and editing advice to help authors, memoirists, and leadership professionals in business and not-for-profit organizations say what they mean and mean what they say. During her 35-year touring career spanning America and Europe, she has worked in private and public venues including our DODD schools in England, Germany, and Italy, the Lower Kuskokwim School District in the Alaskan tundra, as a Curriculum Consultant for the Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools, as guest host on NPR’s Good Evening Show, and as a SAG/AFTRA broadcast and voice-over artist. Susan is a winner of numerous awards including two Independent Publishing Awards and a NAPPA as well as the Circle of Excellence award. She is the 2007 recipient of The Permanent Endowment of Martha’s Vineyard’s Creative Living Award.


"The age of the listeners doesn’t matter, nor the setting; what matters is that the storyteller tells from the heart and reaches the hearts of the listeners so they can trust the compassion of the storyteller which leads to hope, community, and possibility. That's what gives life--and what brings excellence to storytelling."

– Steve Sanfield, poet, author, and storyteller