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Storyteller Alden T. (Joe) Doolittle

Photo of Alden T. (Joe) Doolittle 112 Maplewood Drive
Scotia, New York 12302

(518) 384-1700

aldenjoe@nycap.rr.comt

Joe Doolittle began storytelling when his children (now over 30) were young. He realized it was a good method to teach and motivate kids, and staff as a senior vice president of the Community Health Plan (CHP).

Joe is presently a consultant in health care management.He listens for stories in all aspects of his life and collects those he believes will entertain and teach others. Joe has a particular interest in local historical stories. He uses storytelling with clients, students, and audiences regionally.

Note: With 4 weeks notice, Joe can usually develop stories around most themes.

Audiences: High School, Family, Adult.

Programs: Historical Tales of the Mohawk, Hudson, and New England Regions (or Why is there a statue of an Indian in Schenectady’s Stockade?); Shared Joy; Lessons Learned form Living Life Less Seriously; There Is a Life After an Empty Nest!; Grandparent, Will I Ever Be One?.