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Kay Kostopoulos
Acting/voice/speech teacher, Department of Theater
Continuing Studies Program at Stanford University

Kay Kostopoulos directs and teaches acting, acting pedagogy, voice, speech, and Shakespeare in the Department of Theater and Continuing Studies Program at Stanford University. She has taught a variety of classes at Stanford including, “Acting with Power” at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. She has also coached for the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, the Knight Fellows Journalism Program, and the Department of English. She has taught private seminars on live and on-line presentation for Genentech, Cisco, Lippincott, UCSF Medical Center, Stand and Deliver Consulting, the National Association of Speakers, Fripp & Associates, Stanford’s Executive Program for Women and Women in Entrepreneurship Program, and eBay’s Global Women’s Conference.

Kostopoulos is an MFA graduate of American Conservatory Theatre, where she taught acting and directed student projects as a core faculty member of A.C.T.’s Advanced Training Program. Kostopoulos has acted in many Bay Area and regional theaters. She has additional credits in voiceover, film, and television and performs throughout the Bay Area with her all women music ensemble, Black Olive Jazz.