Shawn Westfall and Commedia Partners are proud to have brought improv-based events and insight to some of the most revered and respected organizations and brands in the world, including:

Who We’ve Partnered With

The McCormick Group

Mezzanine Legal Marketing Association

JDB Hotels

Pros In the City

The Get Real Project Trusted Advisor Workshops

The Congressional Hunger Center

Packaging Distributors of America

Toastmasters of America

American Institutes for Research


The Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Red Peg Marketing

Success in the City

SLNusbaum Realty

Walden University

Paul Hastings Law Firm

National Association of Corporate Directors

The Midtown Group

U.S. Chamber of Commerce


Discovery Communications

B’nai Brith Youth Organization

Touchstone Consulting

Booz Allen Hamilton

360Live Media

Ogilvy & Mather


The Washington Post Company


The World Bank




Flying Dog Brewery

The Consulate for the Embassy of Indonesia


SRA International

The National Institutes of Health

Sol Systems

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Speaking Engagements:

Shawn is also available to speak about the interpenetration of improvisational comedy and organizational culture, business, training and development and leadership. He has lectured and provided improv insight to organizations of all sizes, including, most recently at the annual global conference of the Society of Human Resource Management, held last year in Orlando, Fla.

Partnering Pro Bono

Over the past few years, Shawn Westfall and Commedia Partners have been proud to facilitate pro bono improv workshops for sexual assault survivors by partnering with national organizations like Living Out Loud and SOAR (Speaking Out Against Rape). As well, Shawn has discussed and presented the strategies of improv comedy to the national conference of SART (Sexual Assault Response Teams), those who are “first responders” in cases of sexual violence or assault. If you’re a government organization or non-profit that works with or provide services for survivors of sexual assault, please feel free to contact Commedia Partners to see if there’s a way we might continue using improvisation to serve this community.