There is no one receipt for a perfect speech or startup pitch, but there is a few simple questions you could ask yourself before jumping on stage to feel more confident. During the nano workshop, run by Kamila Sidor, we will work on how to make a draft of your speech, how to create simple stories and how to accept stage fright. At the beginning everyone can decide if you want to an active role or be a passive participant and learn from others mistakes.
Kamila is a teacher of public speaking and soon mindfulness. She is a founder of Geek Girls Carrots (now Carrots Foundation) which attracts women to tech. Carrots Foundation has done educational projects in 33 cities in Europe, Asia and North America. Kamila is an angel investor in tech startups. She lives in Berlin.
In 2017 she took part in the International Visitor Leadership Program organized by the U.S. Department of State. Kamila was the list of the most creative Poles by “Brief” in 2016 and on a list of „New Europe 100” (Google, Financial Times) of young innovators in 2014.