Who is Emmelie Zipson?
Welcome to my blog!
My name is Emmelie Zipson. I owe “Zipson” to my Russian ancestors who fled to England. My father was born in England and that’s why I am a bilingual speaker.
Since 2014 you would have seen me mainly in the role of chairman, (online) moderator and native voice-over, Dutch and English with a home studio.
You can also call me a (virtual) host or (online) discussion leader. All fairly similar but with subtle nuances, because I sometimes merely present or write an appropriate introduction, announce speakers and make sure to connect with the different program components. While, for other events or webinars, for example, I lead a panel discussion or an online conversation to make sure that the general theme is clear.
Therefore, it is of great importance for you as an organization, to make the purpose of your event crystal clear so that the chosen form can make the right impact.
It was my big dream to become an actress and a mother. I auditioned for various drama schools and was accepted at the Amsterdam drama and music theatre academy. After that I played in various tv series and theatre plays. I also made five solo performances with which I toured throughout the Netherlands. If you happen to see me passing by in a whiff, on TV or on your tablet, you’ve seen it correctly, as I occasionally play a small role in a series or in a commercial.
I can tell your story!
Because of my experience in developing and creating my own stories on stage, I’d now like to give the stories of your organization a podium and help you design an event, both online and live.
How can I help you?
Are you interested in telling your story? Please get in touch with me for a virtual coffee, so that we can get to know each other better, and find out how I can help you!
What can I say about moderating events or voice-over work?! well, a lot 😉
Welcome to the world of moderation, live and online.
Here I’m happy to share my experiences in short blogs to give you valuable tips!
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