Filling the void of diverse narratives...
Advocacy for diverse literature and dementia/Alzheimer’s disease in BIPOC communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way authors do school visits, as many schools have shifted to online learning and large gatherings are prohibited until it’s safe to do so. As loved as meeting with students in person are, the shift to virtual author visits as an opportunity to keep doing good work. Valene’s author visits remain just as informative, engaging, and interactive as the in-person version.
Valene shares “when I was growing up, I was taught that only ‘certain types’ of people could become authors. Needless to say, none of these people looked like me and i found it difficult to relate”.
When Valene speaks to students, she breaks down this myth. Valene wants her audience to leave her presentation knowing that writing is a craft and with practice, they can become anything they want, including a writer. Valene wants them to know their stories are worthy of being told. Valene looks forward to meeting you and your students/children someday soon!
Someone who delivers content relevant to your students, curriculum and core school values. Someone entertaining who can also make education enjoyable. Some one who knows how to breakdown complex social issues in an easy way to understand for children.
Virtual Zoom or Google Meets Visits
Either format works and just because it is virtual, you can expect the same high level, dynamic experience as it would be in-person.
Valene also enjoys speaking with educators’ groups, writers’ groups, parents, and at family literacy nights — as well as teaching business storytelling to individuals and companies.
Valene often speaks about her passions in advocacy on diverse children’s literature and Dementia.
For other presentations, please contact her with your specific group’s or conference’s needs to see if one of her programs might be a good fit.
Valene Campbell, MPT is an Engaging, Transparent, Relatable & POWERFUL speaker for audiences wishing to learn:
How to utilize diverse children’s literature to educate on antiracism (children and adults).
How to create and strategically market self-published titles How to leverage your book title to create a profitable business
- Disease Topic
- Caregiver burnout
- Sandwich generation caregiving
- BIPOC dementia awareness and its impact in radicalized communities.
How to discuss dementia/Alzheimer disease to children.
She has spoken to various groups and organizations offering “Right NOW” actionable steps that consistently impact her audiences’ lives and businesses. Valene is also an author of a best-selling diverse children’s book series The Amazing Zoe that tie in to her specialty key note speaking subject matters. She is a thought provoking speaker that provides incredible clarity through guided questions and discussion.
We provide self-publishing support and services for aspiring indie authors. We assist writers to become influential leaders within their niche industries through book publications. Visit Zou Zou Media House Inc. to learn more
Book Marketing Consultations
They say being an author is tough, but I had no idea exactly how tough until it was time for my first book to be published.
One of the hardest parts of being an author is marketing your book. You’ve written an awesome story; now it’s time to get it in front of the readers who will love it! But how do you do that? How can you create a successful book launch or revive a book that’s gone cold?
One of the best advice I learned during my publishing journey is that getting help will make the entire process that much more smoother, less stressful and best of all- successful!