Bill Gordh
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Bill Gordh

Bill Gordh is an author, musician, educator and storyteller. He is the Director of Expressive Arts at The Episcopal School in the City of New York, teaches graduate literacy classes at Manhattanville College School of Education, works as a storytelling curricular consultant to the Innova Schools in Peru; designed curriculum for the Jacob Burns Film Center, has led classes and seminars at the General Theological Seminary and Union Seminary. He is also an adjunct at the Graduate Program of Library and Information Studies at Queens College where he leads a story telling course. Bill's books include the 2020 release Making Room for Everyone: More Stories for Building a Children's Chapel (Church Publishing); Stories in Action: Interactive Tales and Learning Activities to Promote Early Literacy (Libraries Unlimited); Building a Children's Chapel: One Story at a Time (Church Publishing), and Want a Ride? (Random House) that has sold over 165,000 copies. He is a popular speaker and workshop leader at educational conferences throughout the country. He has performed with the New York Philharmonic, at the Gerald Ford Amphitheatre in Vail, CO, the Byzantine Fresco Chapel Museum in Houston, TX, the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, the Clearwater Festival and for three years was a featured storyteller at The White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington, DC during the Clinton presidency.
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