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Sarah Routman knew just what to do with her MA in adult education: She became a laughter professional. After teaching high school and serving as Executive Director for two non-profits, Sarah became certified in Laughter Yoga and named a Laughter Ambassador by the founder of Laughter Yoga, Dr. Madan Kataria. She is the Founder of ‘Laugh for the Health of It’ and is a sought-after keynote speaker and conference presenter. For over a decade, Sarah has wowed audiences with her expertise, enthusiasm and highly interactive laugh-it-out approach toward event planning, corporate wellness and personal stress management. Whether teaching about laughter, sharing her proficiency in workplace staff development topics, or inspiring creativity, Sarah choreographs an experience that activates childlike play for a vibrant, uplifting and delightful result that has a ripple effect of positivity. Sharing laughter and learning with Sarah becomes a catalyst for personal and group transformation, putting participants in the driver’s seat of their attitudes so they can have the influence and impact they intend. Thanks to her BA in English, and BFA in Photography, she is also the creator of four coloring books, a Laughter Planner, co-author of “The Laughter Book” (coming soon), and included as one of two caregivers, in the recently published anthology of 21 stories of people living with chronic illness, “Can’t Someone Fix What Ails Me?” Sarah is also a published photographer and poet. She never comes empty-handed. She fills her presentations and workshops with creative tools ranging from colored pencils to healthy chocolate, that are fun, engaging, and guarantee a memorable, and personally empowering experience--not to mention a shot of camaraderie in the arm.