Dr. Bobbie Green

Day 2, Breakout Session 2: Panel Discussion

Abstract: We’ll go over, in broad strokes, classic three act American film structure, generally as it incorporates the idea of The Hero’s Journey, then specifically as that applies to the Peter Jackson film, The Fellowship of the Ring. Consideration will be given to how the creative process can be enhanced, working within a well delineated structure. Finally these lessons will be extended to our real lives: How can you apply the structural elements of the screenplay to achieve the goal of your own personal Hero’s Journey? What is your Ordinary World? Have you had an Inciting Incident yet? Can you create one? Who are your Threshold Guardians, and how do you find them? Not sure we can always find the answers, but asking the questions is a good starting framework.

Dr. Bobbie Green is Professor of Information Systems, a social activist, an expert lecturer, a writer, a choir director, and a public speaker. She has created hundreds of video-taped lectures and has taught thousands of students in a career as a college professor which spans more than twenty years.

Green has conducted the New Mexico State University Gospel Choir for the past sixteen years and has performed for heads-of-state at numerous concerts and public events throughout the State of New Mexico.

She was appointed as a Commissioner with the New Mexico Martin Luther King State Commission by Senator Mary Kay Papen in 2017. She was appointed to the Law Enforcement Academy Board by Governor Michelle Lujan-Grisham in 2019. She is the current President of the Dona Ana County NAACP, and the 2nd Vice President for the NM State Conference NAACP.

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