Storytellers

Norma Ashong
 
Educator, Media Executive and Producer
"When someone shows you who they are, 
believe them the first time!"
 

 

Malika Assami

a.k.a. Mama Lika

Motivator
“A steady drip of water wears a hole in a rock.”
massami@newdirect.org
Emily Bailey 
 
a.k.a. Auntie Em
 
tellstoriesteller@yahoo.com
 
 

Judy Bateman

a.k.a. Miz Jed

Retired Teacher
“We are all blessed with gifts, stories are mine and I love to share.”
jubateman@sbcglobal.net

Darlene Bostick

a.k.a. Camara the Storyteller

Retired Teacher
“Life is not a problem to be solved, but a gift to be enjoyed.”
darlene_bostick@yahoo.com

Jackki Boyd

a.k.a. Jackkia the Storyteller

Retired Educator/Consultant
“Stories teach, entertain and heal… with stories, every emotion you may feel… cry, laugh, dance and/or sing… yes, hearing a good story is a beautiful thing.” jb
jackkiboyd@yahoo.com

Jocelyn Dabney
 
storyteller1114@aol.com
 
 
 

Barbara Freeman Eady

Social Worker, Co-founder of CABS, Past President of NABS
If you want to buy some cloth, go to the weaver. If you want a
hoe, ax or knife, then go to the blacksmith. But if you want to
know the history of the people, you must go to the Griots.”  
Foday Musa Suso
barbaraeady@ameritech.net

Gloria Ferguson

a.k.a. GG, Ma Ferg

Retired Teacher
“I love stories… I love poetry”
Lyn Ford
 
 
 friedtales@aol.com

Beverly Fuller

Retired
“Each person who tells a story molds the story to his/her tongue and each listener molds the story to his ear. The stories don’t live otherwise” Julius Lester
iiemmay@yahoo.com

Lovie-Afi Greene

Terry Greene

a.k.a. Sequoia Forest

“Do all you can, while you can, for as long as you can and thank God for the opportunity.” TJ
tgreenern@hotmail.com

Dr. Mary Ann Harris

a.k.a. Story Dr.

Media Specialist
“I said, we are the stories we tell. Everybody’s got a story to tell.”
 
  

Gloria Kellon

 
 
syloan@att.net 

Vanora Legaux
 
 
vflegaux@bellsouth.net

Jean Luster

Oluremi Ann Oliver

Early Childhood Consultant
Poet, Visual Artist
“Stories can be magical; not because they are sometimes whimsical, sometimes fantastical. They are magical because beneath the imaginary lies a truth that re-awakens that truth in us…just like magic, we are there and we remember.
oluremi.annoliver@gmail.com

Wanda Owens

Kijiji Teller     Co-founder of CABS
Retired speech pathologist, active storyteller and story listener
Quote:  Tell me a fact and I learn, tell me a truth and I believe,
but tell me a story and it will live in my heart forever.  Indian Proverb

gowanda123@yahoo.com
 

Brenda Parker

Norma Powell

Retired
Actress, Singer, Drama Coach, Stage Manager
“Did you know that ONCE UPON A TIME…”
njp@sbcglobal.net

Gwen Rosegreen

a.k.a. Ngeri Folami

Retired Teacher
“Let a story grab you”
grosegreen@sbcglobal.net

Edward Z. Scott

a.k.a. Baba Ed

Retired Bike Mechanic
Harmonica
“Inspiring self-improvement”
tascotted@yahoo.com

Theresa Ann Scott

a.k.a. Mama T

Nurse
Vocalist, Puppeteer
Transformation Specialist
“Stories reaching the heart now and for eternity.”
tascotted@yahoo.com

Stephanie Stedmire-Walls

a.k.a. Sister Soul Santa

Psychiatric Counselor
School Social Worker
“Once upon a time…”
sstedmire@hotmail.com

Felecia C. Tinker

a.k.a. FeFe

Artist
“Hope does not disappoint”
encor52@roadrunner.com

Bernadette Williams

a.k.a. Mz BE the jeli

Life Coach, Motivational Speaker
“I’m on a mission to change the world… one story at a time.”
mzbe4u@aol.com

 Ivory Williams
 
 
effy1@aol.com

Lucy M. Williams

a.k.a. Mama Lucy

Retired
“Prayer changes things.”
wlucymae@sbcglobal.net

Shela Perry Williams

a.k.a. Madame Sheshe Marie and Friends

Academic Advisor
“You’re Special”

Donna Willingham

 
 
jelid97@yahoo.com

Deborah A. Wright

a.k.a. The Parablist

Publisher
“Evangelizing the world…dramatically”
deborahawright@yahoo.com