About Sheila Arnold
Sheila Arnold has given more than 1,500 presentations for schools, churches, professional organizations, museums and many other venues in 40 states, Washington DC and overseas.
Sheila presents 12 Historic Character Presentations, various storytelling programs and teaches educators and other storytellers. In her previous life, Ms. Sheila, as she is fondly called, was a coordinator and interpreter at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Summer Teachers Institute. Ms. Sheila has twice been a featured storyteller at the National Storytelling Festival and has performed in several small and large festivals around the country. Shelia has a deep love of history and often this love is reflected in her historical storytelling and consulting with museums.
She lives in Hampton, Va., and is fortunate to live close to her son, Krisstopher; her grandson, Brooklyn, and her father and stepmother, Wallace and Vera Arnold, and she communicates often with her Atlanta-based sister, Stephanie.