Faye Fulton is CEO and CSO (Chief Storytelling Officer) of a boutique consulting firm specializing in a particular area of communication – business storytelling.
Faye is a sought-after keynote speaker who delivers presentations and workshops that inspire professionals to better communicate the value of their company, their products or services, and what they have to personally offer through
She grew up in Italy and that’s where her love of story began. At the age of six, Faye met a famous opera singer who was also a Contessa. The Contessa took Faye under her wing and exposed her to people from different countries, cultures, religions, and backgrounds. Those people were sensational storytellers. Faye considers herself very fortunate to have grown up with such diversity and be engulfed with storytellers from all over the world.
She spent more than two decades diving into the art and science of storytelling so she could help others find, craft, and perfect their stories. Today Faye has a proven process for crafting and telling stories that connect, influence, and get results.
Faye makes her living as a keynote speaker, but occasionally appears on stage as a storyteller sharing stories she develops and writes. She has told stories at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, TN; she has been the featured storyteller at many storytelling festivals; she is a The Moth StorySLAM Champion; and she is the 2020 winner of the Carl Sandburg Story Slam. Her stories can be heard on NPR affiliate stations, among many other media outlets.
No matter the industry, Faye has become a conference favorite for her clients. She has 22 years of experience delivering keynotes at conferences, association meetings, and business events and she has conducted workshops in all fifty states. She delivers keynotes that are inspirational and packed with information. They leave audiences feeling excited and equipped to work with their stories in meaningful and measurable ways.