Diana David was working as a successful mechanical engineer, but something was missing.
Her career didn’t ignite passion in her life. By chance she encountered a “little red ball” that “changed her life forever,” says David’s website.
That encounter led to her quitting her job and working as a street performer. She continued to pursue her passion and built her own company and now works as an entertainer, motivational speaker and coach.
David talks at the Vancouver Island Regional Library’s Harbourfront branch in Nanaimo Thursday (Feb. 4) at 6:30 p.m. as part of the Crimson Coast Dance Society’s kickoff to its spring break Body Talk program.
The Body Talk workshop runs from March 14-18. There will be a final performance at the Port Theatre March 20.
For more information about the Crimson Coast Dance Society, please go to www.crimsoncoast.org.