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Committee on Narrative Practice
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When: Wednesday, December 18, 2018
6:00 to 8:00 PM
Where: NASW-NYC Chapter Office
305 Seventh Avenue
Suite 13A
New York, New York  10001
United States

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Dear Friends, 


Have you ever wished that the general public could see your clients as you do?  As individuals with lives and stories that challenge the dominant narrative of who they are or what they are capable of?


Annie Levy does just that.  And she will be present to show and discuss her work with us at this most important meeting.  


About Annie Levy & Made VisibleBa

Annie is an award-winning photographer and creative director whose work telling the stories of different people, communities and organizations is done through images, exhibits, digital galleries and live events. She works in both traditional and unique spaces to allow people to both see and experience the stories of people, places and organizations. She is trained as both a photographer/writer (BFA, NYU Tisch School of the Arts) and social worker (LMSW, Hunter College School of Social Work) and has been combining these fields to amplify the impact of both joined by others, she formed Made Visible, enlarging the scope and breadth of the work. Annie and her team are employed by and consult with leaders for a host of organizations to design projects that communicate and give public expression to that which most needs to be made  visible. She is frequently invited to speak to groups about project design and visual messaging, including at Google’s Ignite Healthcare, Cleveland Clinic’s Empathy & Innovation Conference, John A. Hartford Communications Conferences, among others.Most recently her work has included designing projects that amplify the voices of a wide variety of communities for the National Academy of Medicine and the New York Academy of Medicine. She has created digital galleries for grantee usage for the John A. Hartford Foundation, worked with adolescents on projects funded by both the Arnold P. Gold and Fred J. Epstein Foundations, had her work featured at the United Nations, commissioned by The Frick Collection as well as Caring Kind for their Lobby Installation and the Hebrew Home for the Aged. Additionally, Annie is frequently engaged in creating and conducting PhotoVoice projects, training communities to tell their own stories in words and images.  Annie also runs the ongoing live storytelling event “Baseball As Good Medicine©” about the magical, healing properties of the game.


We will also be reviewing the three year history of the committee and discuss future initiatives - including new leadership.


Join us as we honor the human connection between clients and workers, the reciprocal nature of their encounters, andthe stories arising from them.


Join us as we celebrate the diversity of our experiences.


Join us as we explore the power and possibility of narrative practice in our daily work.


RSVP:Ann Burack-Weiss







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