Mark Sylvester and Kymberlee Weil have been bringing TEDx to Santa Barbara since 2010. They have a great story about how they met and created a project that debuted at TED2003.
Stacy Bradford is one of three co-founders of TEDxTysons. Their event is just 20 minutes from Washington DC and is in the middle of a tech corridor she calls the Tech Petting Zoo.
Norberto Amaral is the organizer of TEDxPorto, located in Portugal and formerly known as TEDxOporto. It’s a long story. Norberto tells us about how they were not able to get into the venue until midnight the night before the event started, on March 31, 2017. The production crew worked all night and the opened for 1,100 people the next morning …
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 …
Sarah Spang is a first-time TEDx organizer and social entrepreneur. Her Taste of TEDx story begins with a visit from TEDxFargo’s organizer, Greg Tehven. Her spirit is fantastic.
Amman Abid and his wife, Kay Chauhan, are the founders and organizers of a TEDx in the boroughs of London. They’ve seen how deep community connections contribute to their event’s success.
Kevin Rabinovich has been working with TEDx since he was 14. He’s united 50 schools in South Carolina and started watching Talks while in the 4th grade.
Herbert is the original licensee of TEDxPSU. They’re one of the 1st 100 TEDx’s. They produce an event for 800 with 2,000 viewing online. Lots to learn here.
This episode features Michelle Serna, the organizer of TEDxSalinas. She gave her first TEDx talk at 16, her 2nd at 17, and produced her own TEDx at 18. Wow.
Cameron, a senior at Cal Poly University in San Luis Obispo, California, decided that 100 people for his first event wouldn’t be enough.
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