All communication is projection.

It’s how we view the world. We are the writer, the director, and, hey, look at that, we nabbed the lead role too. Sometimes we just need to dust off the lens or switch out the reel, and other times, we need a little help to check ourselves before we wreck ourselves.

That’s where I come in! Hi, I’m Kristy.

Kristy Lenuzza Headshot

Sow to Speak was created with the sole intention to help people communicate better. I have witnessed countless times the immediate impact that occurs when communication techniques merge with the creative arts. People drop their guards and agendas and surprise themselves, and each other, with their innate abilities to be present, creative, and playful, which is the birthplace for innovation, trust and mutual respect.

I bring equal parts insight, enthusiasm, and spunk to all of my workshops, coaching sessions, speaking engagements, and writing projects. Combining my education from the Theatre Education graduate program (M.A.) at Emerson College, the Roy H. Park School of Communications (B.S.) at Ithaca College, The Stella Adler Studio of Acting (NYC), and The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre (NYC), I aim to boost the fun and curb the funk. I believe, without a doubt, that the best leaders are the most curious students and that eavesdropping on strangers’ convos will save the world.

Now about you.

The best leaders have the incredible ability to bring us together so that we can truly connect and express our unique selves all while finding a genuine sense of belonging in this whole shebang. 

We’re all leaders somewhere in our lives. Sometimes it’s our choosing; other times it’s our duty. Either way, it’s our birthright. What’s needed is…

A shift in the spotlight.

Stellar communication and creativity are not designated for the chosen few. There’s no secret password or cool factor required. We all have the potential to reach deep into our imagination and find inspiration that already exists within us.

This is the sweet spot for creating meaningful work. Once you tap into how the work you do services the greater good, you’re golden.

 After all, individual commitment to a group effort is what makes the world go round in the right direction.

Let’s do this.

“While we have the gift of life, it seems to me the only tragedy is to allow part of us to die – whether it is our spirit, our creativity or our glorious uniqueness.” 

– Gilda Radner