About Rebelle 

Our Approach

We apply the principles of improvisation to the corporate space to bring out everyone’s best. We believe in the power of creativity, teamwork, and taking risks in an environment where innovation is encouraged, and the fear of failure is a far-off concept. 

Improv’s main principle is known as the philosophy of “Yes, And.” This simple, but powerful principle sets the foundation for improvisers and employees alike to work together to successfully build toward a common goal, and to enjoy the process while they get there.

At Rebelle Creative Strategies, we start with “Yes, And” and explore applying the principles of improvisation to your team and your work in order to reap the many benefits the practice of improv can offer.  Our training programs and workshops are experiential, interactive, and effective. We believe professional development should be engaging, and that work should be enjoyable and rewarding for individual employees and companies alike, and every Rebelle session reflects that.   

Rebelle's Founder and Lead Trainer

Sarah Ammar is the lead trainer and founder at Rebelle Creative Strategies. She has been a strategic communications professional for over 15 years. Sarah’s career began in Washington D.C. where she worked in legislative and media affairs for the Congressional Budget Office. She has also served as the strategic communications director in the economic development space and has worked with several start-ups across industries. She continues to work with organizations of all sizes. 

Sarah has performed live improvisation on stage for over a decade. She began performing improv in Washington while working on Capitol Hill, and has trained groups of up to 800 in the art of applying improvisation to business. Sarah has performed live in New York, DC, and Chicago to sold-out audiences.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and journalism from Wright State University, a Master’s degree in public policy from the American University, and has studied film and improvisation at the world-famous Second City in Chicago, Illinois in both the Harold Ramis Film School, and its flagship Conservatory Program.