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Meet the storytellers sharing true, first-person stories on ‘The Fall’

Three community storytellers and Raleigh Convergence’s editor will each share a true, first-person story on the theme on ‘The Fall’ and its many interpretations.

This edition of our local live storytelling series will have two opportunities to connect:

An in-person, outdoors event at Pine State Coffee or virtually live and online. Both ticket types are available now.

🗓️ In-person event details: Converging Stories: The Fall will be 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20. at Pine State Coffee, 1614 Automotive Way, off Capital Boulevard in Raleigh. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. [TICKETS]

 🗓️ Virtual details: Converging Stories: The Fall will be 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27, live over Zoom. [TICKETS]

Read on to meet the community storytellers!

Crissy Fishbane

Crissy is the co-founder of HER Health Collective, a supportive community and resource hub for moms. She is a certified therapeutic exercise specialist, personal trainer, wellness coach, and former high-school psychology teacher. 

Crissy believes in a holistic approach to women’s health and is a strong advocate of improved screening and treatment of perinatal mood disorders.  She is passionate about building a supportive community for moms where they can make genuine connections and build authentic relationships.

Crissy enjoys adventure travel, reading in a backyard hammock, and trying new recipes in the kitchen with her four-year-old daughter (who typically refuses to try any of the completed dishes). You can often find her tackling DIY projects around her old house with the help of her partner, Noah. Crissy loves exploring all of the fun and exciting things to do in the Raleigh area. 

Melissa Conner

Melissa is a recovering attorney and recent Raleigh transplant. She loves learning new things and eating carbohydrates. She is currently surviving a pandemic by collecting far too many  houseplants and pretending that everything is just fine.

Samantha Delgado

Samantha is a writer, aspiring novelist and communications professional who has a passion for helping brands connect with their audience through storytelling. 

On the weekends, she can be found getting lost in a good book, beating her fiancé at Unstable Unicorns or playing with her dogs, Tucker and Josie. 

Thanks to our supporting sponsors, Sharon Jackman Hynotherapy for Women and Home Instead!

Learn more about supporting sponsorships and corporate member benefits by emailing membership@raleighconvergence.com!

Our last Converging Stories event of 2021 will be Nov. 8, themed ‘Tradition.’ Learn more about the 2021 series here.

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Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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