Marjorie Phoenix

Workshop Speaker: July 25, 10:45 a.m. ET
Using your story to create change
Creativity Activist - Phoenix, Inc.
Marjorie Phoenix is the author of the book, "Who the hell do you think you are?" Founder and C.E.O of Giving Voices Project and an award-winning speaker.

In 2015 she founded Giving Voices Project, a non-profit organization that tells the stories of survivors using the arts. Her personal journey with using art to heal began in 2010 when after a 7-year marriage and being a stay-at-home mother, she found herself spending the night in jail, homeless, and fighting for her child and her life.

Through her company M. Phoenix, Inc. she works with survivors of abuse that want to use their story and voice to make a difference in the world. She believes that storytelling and creative self-expression can inspire us to be the change we are seeking in the world.
She uses this philosophy in her volunteer work as a member of Organize Florida’s Criminal Justice Committee and Color of Change Racial Justice Organization. Marjorie holds a degree in Sociology with a Minor in Women & Gender Studies and is currently working on her master’s I/O Psychology. 
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