We all know our story. But does the story we’re telling line up with the story we wish we could tell? Sue Muraida will walk us through her journey from silence to self-expression, describing the power of vulnerability, community, spirituality, and action needed to find and live as her authentic self.
Sue Muraida is a writer, speaker, and pursuer of abundant life. Over the past 30 years, she has worked as a medical photographer, photojournalist, leadership trainer, writer, and teacher. Sue has published three books, Change For a Penny, The Silent Sound of Darkness, and her memoir Going Back For Me, as well as co-authored the anthology Deserts To Mountaintops: Our Collective Journey To (Re)Claiming Our Voice. She is currently program director for Humanities North Dakota.
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