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.
Katy Yam is well known in the TEDx Universe. You’ll see her and her team at any number of East Coast TEDx events soaking it all in.
Jennifer Wold, a New Hampshire native, now living in picturesque Trondheim, Norway has a unique point of view on working with the volunteers of their TEDx.
Retired Green Beret, Scott Mann’s talked about Rooftop Leadership at TEDxSantaBarbara. Here’s a behind-the-scenes discussion about speaking at a TEDx event.
Gordon Garb has worked with TED since 2001. He volunteered to help the IT desk in Monterey. Since then he’s attended 80 TEDx events. Amazing adventures!
Heather Brunold has a great story to tell about how she was drafted to run TEDxPasadenaWomen last year. She’s a teacher, Mom, networker and Organizer.
Cameron, a senior at Cal Poly University in San Luis Obispo, California, decided that 100 people for his first event wouldn’t be enough.
Denis François said, If I can’t go to TED, TED will come to me. He’d been trying to get to TED so finally produced a TEDx, to bring the event to Quebec instead.
Mark Lovett actively works on three events, including one in prison and he ran the first cross-border TEDx that was in two countries at the same time.