Not seeing oneself or one’s community represented in narratives can make you feel like you don't belong. It can also give an inaccurate representation of history and reality. We are here to help you learn the art and craft of storytelling so you can tell whatever story you want to tell and bring your voice to life. We look forward to experiencing your amazing stories!
Elizabeth Santiago, PhD
Dr. Elizabeth Santiago started The Untold Narratives to elevate underrepresented and under-heard voices. She is a fiction writer, learning designer and writing teacher living in Boston. Her debut novel, The Moonlit Vine is available in English and Spanish (Claro de luna) and tells the little known narrative of the Taíno people, the native people of Puerto Rico, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba and Jamaica who are still here and a huge part of Caribbean culture and history.
Website & Graphic Designer
A visual artist and graphic designer, Tori is a recent graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and leads the branding and design for The Untold Narratives.
Syd is an English Language and Literature Master’s graduate from Brandeis University with expertise in all forms of storytelling including social media content creation. Syd leads our fellowship initiatives.
A rising sophomore at the University of Kentucky, Mia is pursuing a Bachelors in Sports Broadcasting with a double minor in journalism and Fashion Merchandising. Mia leads our social media and promotional efforts.