Samantha Reynolds discusses how empathy both on a personal and social level can make a difference. She breaks down empathy and discusses how empathy can impact someone.
Samantha Reynolds is the president and founder of Echo, a storytelling agency that makes books, videos and digital stories for companies that need to engage employees and customers, and for individuals who want to leave a legacy. Since 1999, the award-winning agency has produced over 300 story projects for clients across North America, including local clients such as Lululemon, the PNE, Rocky Mountaineer, St. Paul’s Hospital, Goldcorp and JOEY Restaurant Group. Samantha was named one of Vancouver’s “Top 40 Under 40” in 2005, is a sought-after speaker on how to use storytelling to engage employees, customers and even your kids. Samantha and her company have been profiled in over 150 news stories in print, radio and television, including the New York Times, The Globe and Mail, Canada AM, Maclean’s and Canadian Business.