Storyteller, Speaker, Humorist, Educator
Sandor (Sandy) Schuman tells personal adventures, historical sagas, tall tales, and stories in the Jewish storytelling tradition. He is a member of the Story Circle of the Capital District, League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling, National Storytelling Network, Jewish Storytelling Coalition, Jewish Book Council Author Network, Jew's Harp Guild, and International Jew's Harp Society, and is listed on the Lifetime Arts’ Creative Aging Roster. He has performed at Sharing the Fire—The Northeast Storytelling Conference, Limmud Boston, Caffè Lena, Tellabration, Word Plays at Proctor's Theatre, Story Sundays at Glen Sanders Mansion, and many storytelling festivals, professional conferences, interfaith events, churches, synagogues, radio, and television programs. He was a winner of the St. Louis Jewish Mystic Jam 2015 Jewish Storytelling Contest.
Most of my professional life has been directed towards helping groups and organizations work more collaboratively and effectively. As a group facilitator I lead groups in problem solving and strategic decision making processes. If you want to know more about that work, take a look at my blog, Communication, Collaboration, Consensus, my Executive Decision Services website, or the Handbooks on Groups, Meetings, Facilitation, & Collaboration I edited for the International Association of Facilitators – or just contact me.