Marc Winn is a Changemaker. At TEDxStPeterPort he asked himself a simple question, “How do we make Guernsey the best place to live on Earth?”
Ted Dintersmith has a great story on how he got to the TEDxFargo red circle, in less than six days. This is a testament to his passion for education.
Raashi Saxena, the organizer for TEDxKoramangala, in Bangalore, is an area packed with startups and provides a great mix of scientist, creators, and inventors. One of the reasons that she loves TEDx is that it fulfills her desire to meet and work with interesting people. She says that she, “Loves TEDx’ing.” This is the first time we’ve heard TEDx as a …
Ingrid Tomanovits is the newly installed Executive Producer of TEDxCanberra (Australia). This event has a rich history going back to 2010.
Bélen Jiménez-Mena is the co-head of curators for TEDxAarhus. Her passion for public speaking began in University when a mentor introduced her to TED talks
Phil Klein is a longtime TEDster, having attended, produced and managed events. He worked for TED for a year and helped at TED2014 on the attendee experience.
Kat Haber is a force of nature. No wonder she chooses to spend part time in Vail, Palm Springs and Homer, Alaska, enjoying nature at it’s finest in each locale.
Hannu Jaakkola, is the organizer of TEDxOtaniemi in Finland. This town is known as the largest tech center and the startup-centric area in the country.
Ralph Talmont is the organizer for TEDxWarsaw, an Australian with Polish roots who has built one of the flagship TEDx events in Europe.
Steve Garguilo runs the Office of Creative Engagement at J&J (Johnson and Johnson), and TEDxJNJ is one of the first corporate TEDx events.