The Story Workers
A collective bringing narrative tools to changemakers.
Who We Are
The Story Workers came together around the shared conviction that storytelling is a powerful tool for connection and change. And we are the people to teach it. As award-winning storytellers, directors, educators, facilitators and community organizers, we’ve spent years developing curriculum for crafting compelling personal narratives; now, we teach changemakers to incorporate storytelling techniques into their organizational and movement work.
HANNA CAMPBELL (she/her) has been managing and leading in educational and nonprofit spaces for over a decade. In that time, she has co-founded two middle schools, designed training programs and residencies for teachers and school leaders, and served as an advisor and consultant to numerous nonprofits and education institutions. The list of organizations that she has worked for and partnered with includes the City University of New York, the State University of New York, the New York City Department of Education, Uncommon Schools, Girls Who Code and The Moth. Currently, Hanna is Chief of Staff, Director of Operations and Strategy for Student Experience Research Network. In addition to her BA in English from Amherst College, she holds an MS in Nonprofit Management from The New School.
We teach teams to develop compelling personal narratives that support their vision for social change.
With tried-and-true facilitation techniques that emphasize specificity, vulnerability, story structure, and authentic voice, we guide groups through a process of brainstorming and developing personal narratives. Groups leave our workshops with a new toolkit, new content, and a shared framework for how to continue refining their stories together as a team.