What's Possible Now
The power of working visually isn't beauty...it's meaning. The challenges we face today are too big for any one person or organization. We must find new ways to help groups create collective meaning. —Julie Swanson
Stephanie Steigerwaldt is a visual practitioner who uses graphic engagement, facilitation and recording techniques to deepen engagement and learning at meetings, workshops and conferences. She spent the first 15+ years of her career as a marketing and communications professional supporting clients in information technology, retail, nonprofits and small business alike. Stephanie has trained with some of the global leaders in the visual field including Christina Merkley, Brandy Agerbeck, the bikablo akademie, Kelvy Bird and The Grove. Stephanie holds a Master's Certificate in Sustainability Leadership from Edgewood College, Madison, WI.
Julie Swanson, owner of What’s Possible Now, is a storypreneur and graphic facilitator. With more than 25 years of experience helping change leaders communicate better, she partners with organizations that want to level-up their ability to communicate intentionally and strategically. She has designed and facilitated educational programs focused on communications and systems change including Story for Systems Change Leaders and The Power of Working Visually. Julie's work experience includes the Co-Director of the Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention and Training Coordinator for the Cancer Information Service/National Cancer Institute; Minnesota Extension, and the United States Peace Corps in Western Samoa and the Cook Islands.
What's Possible Now
What’s Possible Now (WPN) works with organizations who want to “learn into” how to use story and visuals intentionally and strategically for growth, innovation and healing. They help clients discover: What are the stories we need to tell to create the future we most want? How do we create together better? How do we move past what’s been holding us back? What does success like? WPN uses graphic facilitation, story development and guided learning journeys to: watch how organizations think and work together, look below the surface at what isn’t being said, change the lens on pain points, and nurture curiosity to encourage creativity. Their clients are found in the not-for-profit and for-profit spaces, including associations, schools and universities, corporations, hospitals, foundations, faith communities, public health departments and funding organizations. These groups want to be edgeworkers, wayfinders and torchbearers to bring about positive social change in their communities.
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Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI