Date: February 23, 2021
Time: 2 p.m. ET, 1 p.m. CT, 12 p.m. MT, 11 a.m. PT
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Each of us has a story – several really – that goes beyond our hearing loss, our hearing aids and the challenges we face living with them. What ‘s your story? Have you used your talents – your writing, your art, your music, your voice – to share your story with others?
Stu Nunnery and Laurel Jonason will share excerpts from their new screenplay, “Good Enough,” to illustrate how authentic, three dimensional characters go beyond their hearing loss to turn what once was “perfect” into “good enough” and how Hollywood has begun to take note.
Speaker: Stu Nunnery and Laurel Jonason
Stu Nunnery is a graduate of Princeton University. He has studied piano, voice, acting, improvisation and public speaking in New York, Philadelphia and Providence, RI. Stu is a member of the Association of Adult Musicians with Hearing Loss and for his activism in the hearing loss population, Stu is a Phonak “hEARo” and a “HearStrong Champion.”
Laurel Jonason is an RN with a forty-year career that included twenty-six years at Yale New Haven’s Neonatal Infant Care Unit, caring for sick, premature, and compromised infants. She wrote and spoke extensively promoting ways to support families whose infants had died. For “Excellence in Nursing,” Laurel received the Nightingale Award and is a past member of Yale’s Staff Nurse Council representing over 2000 RN’s in Collaborative Governance at Yale. Now retired, she sings lead in a Sweet Adeline’s women’s acapella chorus in concerts and competitions. She is also studying acting and piano and collaborated with Stu Nunnery in writing their screenplay “Good Enough.”