Designed to spotlight diverse voices while also teaching participants about courage and leadership, Story Lab brings University of Michigan students and other Michigan Ross community members together to listen to powerful, authentic stories told by students on stage.
“Through storytelling, students learn how to communicate with impact, and they leave our program with an experience that accelerates their own leadership development,” said Jeff Domagala, managing director of the Sanger Leadership Center. “Students are invited to take the stage and share their most authentic selves with their peers. It’s a transformative experience that increases their confidence, charisma, and credibility — helping students forge an impactful personal brand.”
In this article on the Michigan Ross website earlier this semester, three of the student storytellers shared what inspired them to participate in Story Lab and what they hoped to take away from the experience. Read more below.