Curios aims to normalize the creation of brave spaces. 


While we respect anyone looking for those conversations (you know, the surface level ones), we aim to create brave dialogues, that allow for exploration of the differing, for the purpose of respect & mutual understanding.

If you are interested in living a life led by curiosity, where you can engage in healthy discourse about all the things that matter today, then we can help. We're prepared to help you laugh, learn, educate, ask questions, while making space for inevitable triggers and vulnerability. And be better for it. Because that's life - and that's Curios.

Welcome to the conversation.

Start with a Question.


 Curiosity is u n d e r r a t e d...

Be Present.


Creating the space we desire requires a level of consciousness most of us aren't used to practicing. Focus your attention and intention to the moment at hand.

Leaning into the discomfort of a hard conversation is where the rubber meets the road. Fear is an unavoidable characteristic of courage and ultimately leads to the growth we crave.

Stay Brave.


I'm a Montréal born, Miami bred educator, facilitator, and creative. As the founder of Curios, I've built a community and curriculum focused on enhancing our collective interpersonal communication as it pertains to tough talks both inside and outside of the workplace. My work is rooted in providing intellectual discourse, tools, and resources that explore the intersection of communication and self-development.

At my core, I'm a conversation enthusiast. My educational background includes intercultural + rhetorical communication, business, and higher education. My practical skillset is in student affairs administration, event planning & management, and content creation/strategy.  

My passions include having intentional conversations about topics that have sociocultural and organizational impact, deep diving into obscure research (my search history is binge worthy), and providing 'aha' moments for conversational competence.


Michaële Antoine, she/her

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