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All of these wacky wiener photos are publicity shots from my solo show "My Salvation Has a First Name: A Wienermobile Journey."
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Finding Your Balls
(Regardless of Gender)

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Asking for and going after what you want can be challenging. You overthink things. You doubt yourself. You worry what people are going to think. Robin Gelfenbien can relate, but she’s found a way to break through those fears and not only find her balls, but grab life by them.

From asking Tim Gunn on the streets of NYC to do her show to pulling off the biggest, most badass PR stunt of all time for a major Fortune 500 company, Robin not only lives life with gusto, but with kindness and charm.

Join us as she shares her five secrets to how you can approach anything with confidence, charisma and cajones…and get what you want.


The Keys to Being Unique & Memorable

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Robin Gelfenbien is the self-proclaimed Ambassador of Fun. A NYC-based storyteller, writer and comedian, Robin has performed on PBS, The Moth, RISK! and Mortified. She’s the Creator and Host of the storytelling series and podcast, “Yum’s the Word,” that features her homemade ice cream cakes. 

The show has been named one of the “5 Best Storytelling Series in NYC” by CBS, a New York Times and Time Out New York Critic’s Pick and Bon Appetit raved, “We love Yum’s the Word.” Guests have included Tim Gunn, Jason Biggs, Aasif Mandvi, Joy Behar and stars from “Orange is the New Black.”

Robin has written jokes for emcee Rosie O’Donnell at The Matrix Awards where featured presenters included Martha Stewart, Rupert Murdoch, Hillary Clinton and more.

Her critically-acclaimed solo show, “My Salvation Has a First Name (A Wienermobile Journey),” premiered at the New York International Fringe Festival. New York Magazine called it “the highlight of the Fringe” and Time Out New York gave it 4 stars.

She's performed her original comedy songs at The Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center and on Sirius Radio. She’s also been on VH1 and AMC, and she starred in a commercial directed by Spike Lee.

Robin was a Featured Speaker at New York Social Media Week for a session on storytelling and businessand she has hosted storytelling workshops for Citi, PwC, Meredith Publishing, NYU, She’s the First, schools and more. 

She’s currently working on a screenplay about how the Wienermobile saved her life.


About Robin

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Robin Gelfenbien is the self-proclaimed Ambassador of Fun. A NYC-based storyteller, writer and comedian, Robin has performed on PBS, The Moth, RISK! and Mortified. She’s the Creator and Host of the storytelling series and podcast, “Yum’s the Word,” that features her homemade ice cream cakes. 

The show has been named one of the “5 Best Storytelling Series in NYC” by CBS, a New York Times and Time Out New York Critic’s Pick and Bon Appetit raved, “We love Yum’s the Word.” Guests have included Tim Gunn, Jason Biggs, Aasif Mandvi, Joy Behar and stars from “Orange is the New Black.”

Robin has written jokes for emcee Rosie O’Donnell at The Matrix Awards where featured presenters included Martha Stewart, Rupert Murdoch, Hillary Clinton and more.

Her critically-acclaimed solo show, “My Salvation Has a First Name (A Wienermobile Journey),” premiered at the New York International Fringe Festival. New York Magazine called it “the highlight of the Fringe” and Time Out New York gave it 4 stars.

She's performed her original comedy songs at The Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center and on Sirius Radio. She’s also been on VH1 and AMC, and she starred in a commercial directed by Spike Lee.

Robin was a Featured Speaker at New York Social Media Week for a session on storytelling and businessand she has hosted storytelling workshops for Citi, PwC, Meredith Publishing, NYU, She’s the First, schools and more. 

She’s currently working on a screenplay about how the Wienermobile saved her life.

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