Kara DeFrias is a force of nature. She’s been involved with TEDx since 2010, having worked at TEDxSanDiego and produced TEDxIntuit. She has many years experience producing big events, including the Oscars, the Emmys, and the Halftime show at the Superbowl, working with Sting, No Doubt, and Shania Twain. Wow. She currently runs her own Experience Design consultancy. She brings …
Mike Lundgren is a nine-year veteran of TEDxKC (Kansas City), having produced almost 40 events. His 2017 event sold out in four minutes. They enjoy one of the most spectacular venues for a TEDx, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. They entertain and inspire 3,000 people and have over 30 different activities for attendees at the massive afterparty. Mike …
Remo Giuffre, the original licensee of TEDxSydney, has the envious position of curating one of the most widely respected TEDx events in the world.
Gavin Blake is a visual scribe and worked with over 50 TEDx events around the world. His ability to synthesize a talk, in real time is impressive.
DK and Hannah Wignall run TEDxWellington. They have an amazing story about trust to share with other organizers. You’ll want to listen until the end.
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.
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.
Randy Bretz, the Organizer for TEDxLincoln, suggests that the secret to managing a TEDx is that he doesn’t feel like you have do to everything, yourself.