of The Story Express
Bias-Davis has been telling Tales and facilitating workshops across the United States
for 15 years. Programs are tailored to schools, libraries, youth groups, Early Childhood
organizations, literacy/reading programs, motivational assemblies, corporations,
family reunions and more. From Fables to fairy tales, fiction to
non-fiction, Bible stories to "bet ya can't tell just one" stories,
the Ezra Jack Keats collection, Gullah tales, African-American and
inter-cultural tales and "Me and Mississippi" collection of personal
stories, LaDoris engages audiences and provides programs for interactive
LaDoris has a BA in Speech and Theatre and a graduate degree in Early Literacy Education.
"Telling Tales, Folklore of the South"
Ashley Bryant Storytelling Festival
Atlanta History Center (varied occasions)
Fulton County, Dekalb County Libraries and school systems
Middle Georgia Libraries
South Georgia Libraries
Georgia Peanut Festival
Roswell 0sage Festival
Georgia Writer's Festival
School Districts; Kansas, Joliet, Illinois, Mobile, Alabama
Southern 0rder of Storytellers Winter Fest
Key Note Banquet speaker: Early Childhood Institute of Florida Residencies:
Family Literacy Interchange project -Dekalb County Library Media Services
Senior Project—Dekalb Family Support Center
Sun Valley Beach-School programs (Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett County, etc)
Dekalb Housing Project -Summer Literacy Program
Sheltering Arms-sponsored by VSA Arts of Georgia
Dekalb Community Showcase
Pam and Buffy Show
Alabama television- "Kwanzaa Time"
Florida television- "Read to Me"
"Eye on Women Magazine’
Call or email for tailored programs and workshops
"Storytelling releases the power of the mind
and nurtures the human spirit."