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.
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.
For the last 18 months, Penelope Misquitta has been the Organizer and Curator of the global TEDx events at Johnson & Johnson, based in the US.
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.
Trent Yeo, TEDxQueenstown organizer was invited by TEDxChristchurch’s Kaila Colbin, to join a team to work for nine months, then spend nine days on the ice.
Doug Coleman, the organizer of TEDxJacksonville, is very humble, which belies his event’s impact on the city. He’s retired, yet still does 8 or 9 events
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.
Maurizio Berti from TEDxCesena produces an event that highlights his area and emphasizes the hospitality that the region is so well known for. His hidden talent is attracting speakers using food, in the form of Piadina’s, as a compelling reason to come to Cesena, located on the eastern edge of Italy near San Marino. Maurizio started by helping another team (Bologna) which …
Keita Demming, the co-organizer of TEDxPortofSpain in Trinidad believes TEDx is an in-depth exploration of what it means to be human. He also knows we have to be a little bit crazy to be organizers, especially when you are an expatriate living in Toronto and producing an event in your home country. He says he sees potential in things others …