Hillary Rea is the founder of Tell Me A Story, a company that works to communicate an authentic narrative through live events, corporate workshops, and individual coaching. She is an award-winning storyteller (NYC Moth StorySLAM winner, Upright Citizen’s Brigade’s Animated Stories, the Story Collider) and the host of Tell Me A Story’s long-running live show.
Hillary is a 2016 Independence Foundation Fellow in the Arts and was a 2011 Artist-in-Residence for Elsewhere Artist Collaborative in Greensboro, NC. She has worked with 1812 Productions as an actor (Tribute to Joan Rivers), educator, and assistant directed It’s My Party: The Women and Comedy Project, an interdisciplinary storytelling and theater piece. In addition to performing and running her own business, Hillary is an independent audio producer. She is currently in production on a brand new narrative storytelling podcast and working toward a certificate in Audio Documentary from Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies. You can listen to her work on Soundcloud and PRX.