Galen Emanuele performing onstage. Emanuele is the founder of Shift Yes, which uses performance improv to help businesses.
Galen Emanuele performing onstage. Emanuele is the founder of Shift Yes, which uses performance improv to help businesses. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Galen Emanuele performing onstage. Emanuele is the founder of Shift Yes, which uses performance improv to help businesses. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
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