Storytelling On Things That Matter

Kara Kavensky

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A born storyteller, Kara loves sharing inspiring stories. She has contributed 1000+ personal interest articles, op-eds, and features on fascinating people to local and national magazines and news outlets.

In addition to storytelling and public relations, she consults on strategic storytelling concepts to humanize businesses and facilitate amazing results.

Kara’s debut memoir, Finding Joy, is a love story. During an interview for a cover story with a WWII veteran, she is sent along a journey to find his long lost love.

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Finding Joy

A memoir. It’s a love story, but it doesn’t start out that way.

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Delicate Arch

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Cultural Competency Part 4: health care

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Cultural Competency Part 3: education

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Cultural Competency Part 2: an entrepreneurial history

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