“This is an important idea with legs.”

          - Pat Conroy, author of The Great Santini

“[Storyboard] sounds like a little next step in evolution…and much needed.”
           - Gail Godwin, author of Flora


"Susan Kammeraad-Campbell's enthusiasm and unflagging energy in putting this project and a team of supporters together has been most impressive. Her belief in the long term efficacy of the program to encourage writing and impart lasting skills is one that we share."

             - Leesa Benggio, director of S.C. State Library


​"The Storyboard America project allows oral history to move into the digital age, with content that is original and of high quality being developed for digital use."

​            - Randy L. Akers, director of the S.C. Humanities Council


“Kammeraad-Campbell’s knack for recognizing good stories and bringing them to life through various mediums is a gift to be shared and consumed by anyone who sees how extraordinary the every-day life truly is.”

          - Tara Bailey, workshop participant


“Libraries everywhere seek the kind of active community engagement that the activities of Storyboard America are designed to produce. The stories generated by Susan Kammeraad-Campbell’s Storyboard project are personal and very human, the kind of content that distinguishes the public radio experience.”

          - Jonathan Katz, former CEO, National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA)


“The Storyboard America project is a step into the future of documenting cultural and local history. We want to be a part of that future.”

          - Autumn Reid, President, Friends of the Summerville Library 

“I believe this project has great potential for resolving a long-standing problem in Lawrence County: an existing deficiency for Appalachian voices and oral histories to be heard outside the region.”
          - Joseph Jenkins, Executive Director, Briggs Lawrence County Library


“I fully support the efforts of Storyboard America and their partner agencies as they seek external funding to develop this initiative to give all Americans, professional writers or not, the pathways, tools, and guidance to share their stories with themselves, their communities, and the world.”

          - Mary-Jo Dawson, Director,  ABBE Regional Library System


​“It will enable us to capture and preserve at the personal level stories which reflect the events and cultural environment of our community.”

          - Jennie Redmond, Director, Dorchester County Library


“The Beaufort County Library is pleased to be part of the Storyboard project especially as it enhances our goal of providing access to a trove of Gullah/Geechee oral history.”
          - Jan O’Rourke, Interim Director, Beaufort County Library

“We are impressed by the vision for Storyboard and its growing success and can imagine the museum using its methods and collaborating with the Storyboard team to host workshops, create events and develop programs that bring people together and encourage them, to “remember, record and share moments of their lives that matter.”

          - Jerry Crotty, Board Member,  Summerville Dorchester Museum


"This workshop changed my life."

          - Jesse Blevins, workshop participant 


“[Storyboard] has the hallmarks of an initiative that will make a positive difference in the lives of individuals at a personal and community level.”

            - Charles W. Jarret, PhD, Tenured Faculty, Ohio University Southern


“…[Storyboard America] drew the broadest mix that any unit program has had during my fifteen year tenure at Beaufort County Library. Participants of Caucasian, African-American, and/or Asian racial backgrounds ranged from 15-83 years old…two men and three teen-aged boys actively participated.”

          - Grace Cordial, Archives and Special Collections, Beaufort County Library