We Become the Stories We Tell; let’s make it impactful!


Award winning, Cause-Focused Storyteller, Speaker, Author and TED Talks talent search finalist.

“Kristin taught us the most important currency of all, the currency of love.” Andrei Tolstopiatenko, Lead Knowledge Management Specialist, World Bank

In the end we are all stories.

Kristin Pedemonti serves you to discover and tell your story boldly, bravely and brightly while clearly communicating.

Currently, she serves as a Storytelling Consultant at the World Bank where she teaches staff to tell the stories behind the numbers and communicate across 190+ countries and countless cultures.

She also presents & performs worldwide delivering keynotes, staff development training and storytelling concerts so far 20 countries on 4 continents. 2015, Kristin was the 1st American selected to present at Kanoon Storytelling Festival in Iran.

See her in action at TED Worldwide Talent Search 2012

She believes in being bold, taking risks and living one’s passion while serving others. And she can help you choose this path too! In 2005 she sold her home and possessions to create/facilitate volunteer project Literacy Outreach Belize. She’s donated programs for 33,000  youth and trained 800 teachers how to use their own cultural stories in the classroom. Her book, A Bridge of Story: Risking it all to connect cultures and classrooms is now available.

Kristin believes in breaking stereotypes and highlighting potential and innovation She was Lead Facilitator for Clinton Global Initiative member Artfully AWARE’s Community Created Book Project. The books Perseverance and Possibility in Kenya  &  Ghana Is… are available for purchase.

Kristin believes our stories impact our health: previous work in clinics for under-served women and as Lead Interviewer for the SHARE Ovarian Cancer Study at the University of Pennsylvania cemented the power of Story to impact lives.

She is ready to serve you to be bold, brave, bright and to tell YOUR story whether in business, communication, education, health care or on stage.

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