Turning hobbies into opportunities

We’re thrilled to be joined on Elevenses with CEC this month by a good friend of the Club’s and The Braw and The Brave Podcast Host and Producer, Lisa Kennedy. Lisa’s hit podcast has struck a nerve with thousands of listeners around the globe for whom her warmth and enthusiasm for her inspiring guests and the work they do is addictive, pushing Lisa to create over 100 episodes from a wee cupboard in her North Lanarkshire home.

Producing and hosting The Braw and The Brave has presented Lisa with some exciting opportunities and has given her the confidence to explore new avenues within her career. Tune in to hear about all the things Lisa’s learned along the way, favourite moments, embarrassing gaffs and what’s next for her.

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More about Lisa

Lisa Kennedy is a freelance dance artist and choreographer. Performing, choreographing, and teaching professionally for various organisations over the last 17 years, her work has included productions with TRON Theatre and Theatre Royal Glasgow’s Stage Experience, as well as extensive work within education. She also co-choreographed a piece for the 2010 Commonwealth Games Handover Ceremony in Glasgow and is founder of the 1940/50s inspired dance troupe, The Kennedy Cupcakes.

In 2019 Lisa established The Braw and The Brave, a podcast about people and their passions. The art of good conversation and sharing stories to inspire, move and motivate others is something she values greatly, featuring those who love what they do and do what they love. From artists to dancers, world travelers to conservationists Lisa has connected with an array of people to talk about their passions and the experiences that have shaped their lives.

Connect with Lisa at the Creative Entrepreneurs’ Club

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