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Jeanne M Lambin

Lamb Ink

Jeanne Lambin is a storyteller, writer, educator, and performer and a native of Chicago. She studied improvisation at iO (then Improv Olympic) with the legendary Del Close. In 2014, she left her career in academia, relocated to Hong Kong, and established a small company, Lamb Ink, and since then she has performed, presented, and conducted workshops and training in the US, Europe, and Asia. Her workshops have been described as “amazing,” “powerful,” and “great fun.”  

A common thread connecting all of her work has been the desire to connect people to things that they care about and give them the tools that they need to take meaningful action and inspire change. She is a board member of the Applied Improvisation Network, a founding member of Improv for Humanity and Instigator-in-Chief of The Quest: Improv for Transformation.

Her creative work has been featured in the Hong Kong’s Top Notch Storytelling Festival, Liars’ League Hong Kong, Literary Death Match, the Art’s House World Voices Presents, and Mamagushi Shanghai. She also performed as part of Hong Kong’s People’s Liberation Improv.

She holds  B.S. in Anthropology from Loyola University of Chicago and an M.S. in Historic Preservation from the School of the Art Institute.

My Speaker Sessions

Wednesday, August 23

10:00am PDT