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Jeanne Lambin



Jeanne is a facilitator, storyteller, coach, and artist who wholeheartedly believes in the power of applied improvisation and storytelling as powerful tools for personal, organizational, and social change. She is the founder of the Human Imagination Project and the Museum of the Ordinary Extraordinary, a virtual space that exists to help people align their time and attention, access their intention, reclaim their imagination, and reconnect to what matters, so that they can live a life of presence, purpose, and possibility. Jeanne uses applied improvisation, storytelling, timefulness practices, and other creative interventions to create transformative experiences that help people reconnect to the magic of the ordinary, extraordinary, and everything in-between. She has performed, presented, and conducted workshops in the US, Europe, and Asia. Her workshops have been described as “amazing,” “powerful,” and “great fun.” She is the creator of Eleven Minutes to Mars and The Something. She is the former Vice President of the Applied Improvisation Network, the co-founder of Improv for Humanity, and a Certified Designing Your Life Certified Coach. Recently, she started training to become a death doula and has drawn something just about every day since January 1, 2020. Jeanne has also worked as a tour guide, archaeologist, preservation planner, curator, tarot-card reader, busker, and college professor. She holds a B.S. in Anthropology  for Loyola University Chicago and an M.S. in Historic Preservation from the School of the Art Institute Chicago.




The Quest: Improvisation for Transformation | Prague Edition

Thursday, 18 July 2024


7:30 am


3:00 pm




Vyšehradská 8, New Town, Prague, Czechia

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