Arthur Zards is the organizer of TEDxNaperville and has been innovating with his team since 2009. He watched TED DVDs he’d borrow from friends who attended in Monterey. Since then, he’s done two TED talks, been to 20 events, and last year hosted an Adventure with 350 of his 750 attendees participating. Arthur loves sharing. He is just back from …
Remo Giuffre, the original licensee of TEDxSydney, has the envious position of curating one of the most widely respected TEDx events in the world.
Craig Fifer has a great job. He runs the team who manages the Green Room at TEDxMidAtlantic. Now, you’re thinking, how hard can that be? Listen to find out.
David Troy has been producing TEDxMidAtlantic with his co-organizer Nate Mook since 2009. That’s eight years of experience which is evident in this episode.
Samantha Nienow is the organizer of TEDxBemidji, and a pro slide designer. She’s produced the decks for 14 events and this year produced her first event.
Elena Crescia is an Organizer, TEDTalk Translator and a force of nature. Sao Paulo is a city of 20M people and is not awed by producing an event for 10,000.
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?”
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
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.