Performers and Programs

Performer Information  
Stage name: Lisa Tolliver
Performer name: Lisa Tolliver
Phone: 914-664-5552
Mailing address: 26 First Street, P.O. Box 8549
Pelham, NY 10803-9998
E-mail address: ltolliver@360meridian.com
Website: http://www.womenarts.org/network/profile_2509.html
Performer's agent: 360 MERIDIAN, LLC
Previous appearances at: CONFERENCES: PodCampCity Online, Education & Media Conference, BlackTechMagazine's Technology & Business Conference, ASSOCIATIONS & NON-PROFITS: Volunteer Center of the United Way--Awards Luncheon, Boy Scouts of Greater New York, Boys & Girls Club, Junior Achievement, SCORE, YWCA, National Black MBA Association, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Rotary Club, SCHOOLS: k-12 schools, Keller Graduate School of Management, Metropolitan College of New York, CUNY Hunter, CUNY Baruch, SUNY Nassau Community College, Essex County College (NJ), DeVry University (NY Metro), NEW YORK RADIO: WVOX & WVIP, CORPORATE & GOV'T: SBA, MTA, Port Authority of NY/NJ, Defense Department, NYC Dept. of Business Services, NYC Small Business Centers, Turner Construction
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Information last updated: 02/04/2014

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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Financial Literacy: CARE (Credit Abuse Resistance Education) Program Life Skills- Finance,
Other
“The American media has dubbed this program a “scared straight” credit program for students." CARE was designed by the Bankruptcy Community to teach the importance of financial education. CARE presentations make for great standalone financial literacy lessons; they are also great supplements to other financial literacy programs and can be made during individual classroom periods or to larger student groups, including assembly programs. CARE's primary target is HS "seniors and college freshmen who are most at risk because, as hungry consumers, they are aggressively marketed by the credit card industry at a time when they carry a very low Financial I.Q.” - (Source: http://careprogram.squarespace.com/program-overview/) PROGRAM COMPONENTS & TOPICS: A live presentation A 25-minute PBS39 Video Field Trip: “Taking Care of Your Credit” Discussions of the 6 video modules: (1)What is Credit?, (2)Finding Credit, (3)Pros and Cons of Credit Cards, (4)Spend It or Save It: You Choose, (5)Consequences of Bad Credit, (6)Using Credit Wisely Handouts and tools Exercises and activities that allow students to apply what they learned and that promote reflection Pre-Test and Post-Test Supplemental readings, resources and activities
$351- $500
FoolProof Financial Education (for high school and college-aged people) Life Skills- Finance,
Other
FOOLPROOF CURRICULM: 5 lesson units are delivered via a combination of live presentations, highly interactive online modules and dynamic websites with follow-up classroom work, and assessments. Unit details are presented below: I: When It Hits the Fan - You and Your Money & Introduction to FoolProof [90-120 min] II: Breathing Without Air - An introduction to the importance of credit and making wise credit decisions [Works with Module III, 90-120 min] III: Kick Some Buck - Continuation of the exploration of credit. Examines individual responsibility for credit decisions. [Expands upon Module II, 90-120 min] IV: Road Trip - Explores checking accounts, debit cards, and banking. Can be used as the full curriculum for checking accounts, debit cards and banking. By adding printed personal fiance worksheets, this module can cover five classroom sessions. [W/ interactive homework skills module, 135-180 min] V: Sucker Punch - An extensive look at credit cards. [w/ interactive homework skills module, 135-180 min] TOTAL PROGRAM DURATION: 9-12 hours
$201- $350
Telling Community Stories: Oral History and Cultural Documentation History,
Multicultural- Other,
Other
TELLING COMMUNITY STORIES: ORAL HISTORY AND CULTURAL DOCUMENTATION teaches participants to capture oral histories and community stories using the tools and techniques of cultural documentation. Modules - which may be selected and customized according to school budgets, schedules and available equipment - include: Defining the topic and identifying interview subjects (e.g., Veterans History Projects, Local Heroes and Heroines, Community Histories, and Family Histories), Conducting field interviews, Field interview documentation and release forms, Audio-recording field interviews (analog or digital audio recorders are required), Researching subjects online and in the library, Photographing subjects (digital or analog cameras are required; cameras may be disposable), Videotaping subjects - Part I (analog or digital camcorders are required), Videotaping subjects - Part II (analog or digital camcorders are required), Archiving and sharing oral histories online (computers with Internet access are required), Preparing and practicing to share oral histories in class and in assembly programs, FOR ADULTS: Train the trainer sessions. CATEGORIES: Literature, Music, Theater, Visual Arts, Professional Development. NYS STANDARDS: I, II, III, and IV.
$3001+
Financial Literacy Certification Progam Life Skills- Finance,
Life Skills- Other,
Other
Based on the NEFE (National Endowment for Financial Education) Financial Literacy and CARE (Credit Abuse Resistance Education) Programs, this course guides participants to take action and increase their financial IQ. Linked to education standards in all 50 states and to several national subject-area standards, this course is typically taught in 7 units. Your Financial Plan: Where It All Begins (160 Minutes)* Budgeting: Making the Most of Your Money (115 Minutes)* Investing: Making Money Work for You (125 Minutes)* Good Debt, Bad Debt: Using Credit Wisely (130 Minutes)* Your Money: Keeping It Safe and Secure (160 Minutes)* Insurance: Protecting What You Have (135 Minutes)* Your Career: Doing What Matters Most (140 Minutes)* * RECOMMENDATION: Add an additional hour per unit to accommodate group activities. These units can be adapted for and integrated into broader-based programs, such as business planning, career management, and boot-camps for artists or entrepreneurs. Additionally, this course can be customized for such audiences as adults, teens, retirees, business professionals, job-seekers, artists and entertainers.
$351- $500
SAT/PSAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) Test Prep Life Skills- Other,
Multicultural- Other,
Other
SAT Success! Learn what's on the SAT, differences and similarities between the SAT and ACT, and strategies for improving your scores and increasing your speed and accuracy. Professor Lisa Tolliver (AB Harvard, MBA+post-grad Columbia, NYS DOE Teaching License) has helped hundreds of students master the SAT and improve their scores. She works with large groups, small groups, and individuals, including honors students, speakers of ESL (English as a Second Language), students who have autism, ADHD, and Asperger's Syndrome, and students who are re-taking the test.
$1001- $3000
You've Got a Face For Radio Media- Other,
Other,
Performing Arts- Other
YOU'VE GOT A FACE FOR RADIO! teaches participants to produce and host radio shows to be aired on the radio and/or online. Episodes will be recorded as podcasts and available on demand via the Internet. Modules - which may be selected and customized according to school budgets, schedules and available equipment - include: 1. Defining show topics and identifying interview subjects, 2. Working with sponsors and stakeholders, 3. Conducting interviews, 4. Marketing and promoting radio shows, 5. Hosting online shows, 6. Researching subjects online and in the library, 7. Photographing subjects (digital or analog cameras are required; cameras may be disposable), 8. Videotaping subjects - Part I (analog or digital camcorders are required), 9. Videotaping subjects - Part II (analog or digital camcorders are required), 10. (10) Podsafe music, 11. Editing and archiving podcasts. CATEGORIES: Literature, Music, Theater, Visual Arts, Professional Development. NYS STANDARDS: I, II, III, IV.
$3001+
ACT Test Prep Life Skills- Other,
Other
Achieve ACT Success! Learn what's on the ACT, differences and similarities between the ACT and SAT, strategies for improving your scores, and tactics for increasing your speed and accuracy. Professor Lisa Tolliver (AB Harvard, MBA+post-grad Columbia, NYS DOE Teaching License) has helped hundreds of students master the ACT and improve their scores. She works with large groups, small groups, and individuals, including honors students, speakers of ESL (English as a Second Language), students who have autism, ADHD, and Asperger's Syndrome, and students who are re-taking the test.
$1001- $3000
The Power of Podcasting and Other Social Media Media- Other,
Music,
Visual Arts- Other
Learn about podcasting, blogging and other Web 2.0 social media, the top sites, and how to use them to stay up-to-date, to social network, and to market yourself and your wares. Also learn how to brand yourself and how to protect your identity online.
$1001- $3000
GED Test Prep Life Skills- Other,
Other
Achieve GED Success! Learn what's on the GED, strategies for improving your scores, and tactics for increasing your speed and accuracy. Professor Lisa Tolliver (AB Harvard, MBA+post-grad Columbia, NYSDOE Teaching License) has helped many students master the GED and improve their scores. She works with large groups, small groups, and individuals, including honors students, speakers of ESL (English as a Second Language), students who have autism, ADHD, and Asperger's Syndrome, and students who are re-taking the test. Students will purchase study guides. Applicable fee may depend upon length and duration of sessions, number of participants, travel time and expenses.
$351- $500
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