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VizThink Philly 4: A Visual Approach to Public Speaking. Sept 14, 2009.

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Visual Tools for Public Speaking

At this month’s VizThink, veteran public speaker, Jonny Goldstein (that’s me), will show you how to use visual thinking to create and deliver a powerful presentation. Afterward, we will head somewhere nearby for some food and drink.

YOU MUST RSVP BEFORE FRIDAY, NOON, SEPT 11, in order to attend the Monday, Sept 14, event. Otherwise you will not be able to get in. Please bring ID to get into the building. RSVP here.

By the end of the session, you will develop and deliver a 2 minute mini-presentation, with visuals, to a small group.

Special Guest: Nora Herting, one half of the NYC based graphic recording company, Image Think will capture our session proceedings visually in a mural which she will create in real time. Check the video below for a demo of Nora creating a graphic recording.

(Above: Video of Nora Herting and Heather Willems of Image Think)

About Jonny Goldstein: Jonny is a Philadelphia based animation producer and public speaker. He has spoken at schools, conferences, universities, commercial venues, and theaters, and has appeared on Tech TV and New York 1. Jonny’s recent presentation at Pecha Kucha Philly was dubbed “a hilarious diquisition” by

About Nora Herting: Nora is a Brooklyn based professional artist who completeted Masters in Fine Arts at the Ohio State University. She helps clients make meetings more productive by providing expert graphic recording. She has teamed up with Heather Willems to create Image Think, the graphic recording company.

When: 6:30-8PM, Mon, Sept 14

UPenn, Wharton Business School
Huntsman Hall, Room G-50
3730 Walnut Street , philadelphia, pa

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How to Get There:


1) Frankford Line to 34th street: walk south to Walnut, go right at Walnut and continue to 3730 Walnut.


2) Trolley Routes 10, 11, 13, 34, 36, to 36th Street: Walk north to Walnut, go left at Walnut to 3730 Walnut


3) Bus 21 down Walnut to 38th street. Walk back toward 37th to 3730 Walnut.

YOU MUST RSVP BEFORE FRIDAY, NOON, SEPT 11, in order to attend the Monday Sept 14 event. Please bring ID to get into the building.

Special thanks to Wharton Computing for letting us use their fabulous facility and as always thanks to Julia Pellicciaro and Bianca Cevoli.