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Corporate Trainings, Classes,  Professional Development, and Community Engagement

We offer interactive corporate trainings, professional development, and classes that help both adults and children tap into their creative resources. We’ve given multiple trainings for Google employees, The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund, and at Universities, Schools, Conventions and Conferences throughout the United States.

Corporate Training

Corporate Trainings and Professional Development

*Available in person and online

Leslie and Granny Dot at Google

Finding Your Voice: Character Development through Character Development

"We were laughing so hard we cried. Thank you for the most magical, energizing, and thought-provoking session EVER. I'm going to listen differently today while I'm out in the world." - Learning and Development Team at Google

This entertaining and enlightening workshop will have you and your team laughing and learning together as Sesame Street's Leslie Carrara-Rudolph leads you down a path to open your creative minds. Learn how to communicate more effectively through hands-on character development activities that elevate personal expression and deepen connections with yourself and others.

On Stage Philharmonic

Integrating Arts Into Your School Curriculum

Learn arts integrated techniques to use in your classroom. Students simultaneously learn arts skills as well as subject area content with these hands-on lessons!


Online Classes on Zoom
Leslie interacting with child


Community Engagement

Community Engagement
Lolly holding hands with a fan
Lolly with Girl Scouts







H.E.A.R.T. skills is a “service learning” approach to the arts. Create work that makes a difference in people’s lives, builds a sense of community, and takes an artistic idea to a fully realized project grounded in love and imagination. Get involved in an artistic project that helps your community and shines a light on those in need of love and humanity.







When Lupus damaged her kidneys, puppeteer Becky Ray spent 8 hours a day on dialysis. HWAH Founder Leslie Carrara-Rudolph took action, putting together a team to create a video to share Becky’s story. 1 month after it was posted, a stranger saw this video and donated the kidney Becky had waited years to receive.

Still from Becky's Kidney
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