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Shari Foos '22 C-Suite Advisor Since 2022
Founder and Executive Director | The Narrative Method
Shari Foos is the Founder and Executive Director of The Narrative Method, an effective, impactful, engaging and fun way to nurture openness and understanding through an online program that includes thought-provoking conversations and writing exercises – all designed to transform isolation and depression into connection and belonging.
In addition to the nationally popular online program, Shari has also shared The Narrative Method with non-profit partners and special populations including the women of Skid Row in collaboration with LA CAN, foster youth with Stepping Forward, students at NYU Los Angeles and the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab at the USC Marshall School of Business, and veterans through the Veterans Administration and New Directions for Veterans. For her work with veterans, Foos was honored with the New Directions for Veterans Community Hero Award for helping those who served our country find renewed hope.
Shari is both a therapist as well as an adjunct professor at Antioch University where she established the BRIDGE program, a year-long course in the humanities provided free to low-income adults. For her work, The Antioch University honored Shari with its Los Angeles Lifetime Achievement Award. She earned her second master’s degree in Narrative Medicine in 2013 from Columbia University. Shari’s writings and commentary have appeared in a range of prestigious online and print publications, including Real Simple, Huffington Post, Women’s Health, Fatherly, Thrive Global, Shondaland, The LA Weekly, and Bustle. In addition to Executive Directing The Narrative Method, she serves on the board of the City Kids Foundation.
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