The Epoch Tribe Story

Epoch Tribe started with a story.

The first time Hannah and Shardae met, there was a recorder on the table. Neither had any idea at the time that 15 years later the duo would still be capturing, sharing and empowering others in storytelling.

Epoch Tribe is a passion platform of sisters Hannah and Shardae Hasan. Together they Sisters Hannah and Shardae Hasan have worked together for over ten years, planning and executing events and classes that center the arts and social and cultural consciousness. Their work is known for building community through creating spaces that are inclusive, educational, and entertaining. They are the co-creators of the storytelling platform Epoch Tribe. Under the Epoch Tribe umbrella, they create and facilitate storytelling master classes and create and produce full scale live storytelling events that use the arts of the written and spoken story to highlight some of the most pressing social issues of our time.

Hannah Hasan

The Heart

Hannah Hasan was gifted with a love for words and the power to express those words with heart and soul; so that she can inspire, motivate, and change the world around her. She is a spoken-word storyteller. She uses the art of the spoken word through poetry and traditional storytelling to create change, build bridges of connection, and shed light on some of the most pressing social issues of our time. Hannah writes and performs commissioned poetry,  leads story sharing master classes, and is a highly sought after public speaker.

Find Hannah online

Shardae Hasan

The Head

Shardae is Epoch Tribe’s resident Sagittarius, “i” dotter and “t” crosser. With an adventurous spirit who knows how to get down to business, Shardae manages the logistical side of Epoch Tribe work.

By trade Shardae is a learning and development professional with over 10 years of experience in corporate training. By passion, she’s an advocate for diversity and equity, and a lover of all things media.

Find Shardae online

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