TSEHAYE GERALYN HEBERT
Independent Writing and Editing Professional, Playwright
Tsehaye Geralyn Hébert is a nationally recognized playwright. Her accolades include being a Rising Voices Fellow at the Vermont Studio Center and a Frank McCourt Memoir Competition finalist. Her work has received numerous awards including the Alliance Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Award, the Native Voices and Visions Award at Louisiana State University, and being part of the New Works/New Vision Midwest Playwrights Project. She is past president of the African American Theatre Alliance and and former member of Pegasus Theatre Advisory Council. She also sits on the honorary board of the Piven Theatre Workshop. A Northwestern University graduate, Tsehaye earned the MFAW from School of the Art Institute, Chicago, where pygMALI, her disrupture of Shaw’s Pygmalion, won its RhinoFest competition. She is a proud member of ADA 25 Advancing Leadership and sits on its Program Committee.
Areas of Expertise: Program Development
Interests: Arts & Culture