About Ben Taxy

Ben Taxy is a presentation coach and improv trainer

For the last twenty years Ben has worked with senior executives at Fortune 500 companies, small business CEOs, and prominent national experts to help them create speeches, presentations, pitches, decks, and to prepare for national press.

He is also the founder of Santa Fe Improv, an improv theater focused on teaching improv to people from all professions, where he served as Artistic Director for ten years.

Previously he wrote for the network TV show Family Guy and graduated from Harvard University. He lives with his wife and son in Portland, Oregon.

About Ben Taxy

Ben Taxy is a presentation coach and improv trainerFor the last twenty years Ben has worked with senior executives at Fortune 500 companies, small business CEOs, and prominent national experts to help them create speeches, presentations, pitches, decks, and to prepare for national press.

He is also the founder of Santa Fe Improv, an improv theater focused on teaching improv to people from all professions, where he served as Artistic Director for ten years.

Previously he wrote for the network TV show Family Guy and graduated from Harvard University. He lives with his wife and son in Portland, Oregon.

About Ben Taxy

Ben Taxy is a presentation coach and improv trainer

For the last twenty years Ben has worked with senior executives at Fortune 500 companies, small business CEOs, and prominent national experts to help them create speeches, presentations, pitches, decks, and to prepare for national press.

He is also the founder of Santa Fe Improv, an improv theater focused on teaching improv to people from all professions, where he served as Artistic Director for ten years.

Previously he wrote for the network TV show Family Guy and graduated from Harvard University. He lives with his wife and son in Portland, Oregon.

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Mission

  • To share improv techniques, exercises, and forms that are optimized for professional and personal growth
  • To develop the art form of improv into an accessible, life-affirming practice, like meditation and yoga
  • To train people in leadership roles to become more compelling speakers and more influential leaders
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