I’m Krystle Cobran, and I create brave human conversations where connection seems impossible.
My work isn’t about me.
(Or my ego).
I want to listen to you.
Too many of us feel forgotten. Lonely.
That’s not OK with me.
That’s why I help you transform difficult conversations into connection and belonging.
I’m a trained attorney (The George Washington University Law School, passed the bar in the Commonwealth of Virginia), worked as a judicial law clerk (Superior Court of the District of Columbia), hold a master of public policy (College of William and Mary), and I’ve designed, built-from-scratch and taught two (2) interactive and conversation-driven courses at the intersection of race and the law at a flagship public state university.
I am currently writing a book for K-12 teachers (available for pre-sale Spring 2019 from Routledge/Taylor Francis), producing Season 2 of The Space Between Us™ podcast (yay!), speaking and facilitating conference workshops and keynotes, while creating customized consulting experiences for valued clients with powerful organizational missions.
I create brave conversations that build connection.
No secret, hidden agenda.
I’m here for the journey.
I abhor lecturing. In my soul.
That’s why all of my work is driven by real conversation.
It begins with listening.
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