02:10 – Kale’s Origin Story
05:10 – Connecting Through Story and Voice
08:17 – Communicating Through Text vs Communicating Through Speech
12:43 – Kale’s Superpower: Facilitating the Voices of Other People
17:28 – Running Unconventional Events and Conferences; Trust and Taking Risks
25:10 – Creating Opportunities and Accepting Offerings
27:49 – Encouraging Diverse Attendance and Making People Feel Welcome
38:45 – Interpreting Intentions, Actions, and Reactions; Centering Yourself and Being Vulnerable
Kale: People matter.
Jamey: Helping people be heard both physically and metaphorically.
Astrid: Trust fall into the universe.
Rein: Building the stage so that other people can speak from it makes a great ally.
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