Sue O’Halloran has appeared on such media programs as PBS and ABC Nightline and has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Boston Globe and the Chicago Tribune. She has received the National Storytelling Network’s Circle of Excellence and Leadership and Service awards and is a frequent featured teller at the National Storytelling Festival and the International Storytelling Center’s Storytelling Live! Teller-in-Residence program. The Chicago Reader says O’Halloran “has mastered the Irish art of telling stories that are funny and heart-wrenching at the same time.”
O’Halloran is co-producer of multicultural performances and internationally recognized films including Black, White and Brown: Tribes & Bridges at the Steppenwolf Theatre and More Alike Than Not: Stories of Three Americans – Christian, Jewish and Muslim.
Sue is author of 7 books and producer/director of the video stories on www.RacebridgesStudio.com which deals with issues of race and belonging and receives over half a million visitors each year. Sue teaches Diversity & Inclusion seminars around the country for corporations and nonprofits. She also facilitates an online membership site for teachers: Stop Walking on Eggshells: 5 Steps to Becoming a More Racially Confident Teacher. Sue divides her time between Chicago, Illinois and Lady Lake, Florida and can be found at: www.SusanOHalloran.com and www.RacebridgesStudio.com.