UNLV has revealed the speaker lineup for TEDxUNLV 2018, a daylong event set up for June 22 at the university’s Judy Bayley Theatre.
TEDxUNLV will feature a slate of inspirational speakers and performers, whose thought-provoking presentations are tailored to trigger deep conversation among attendees and throughout the community. This year’s lineup focuses on the style of “Residing in the Extreme.”
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading out, TED created the TEDx program for regional, self-organized occasions that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.
Tickets are on sale now through the TEDxUNLV site.
TEDxUNLV 2018 Speaker Lineup
Roberto Coppola, Vice President of Advanced Products for Aristocrat Technologies Incorporated, will go over legendary millennials.
Kimberly Galbe, a UNLV graduate architecture student, will present on city designs.
Karessa Royce, a UNLV student, will share her story as a Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting survivor.
Ranita Ray, a UNLV assistant teacher of sociology, will discuss poverty.
Savvas Trichas, main education teacher, will provide on body language and being genuine.
Jim Marggraff, CEO of Competing Theory, will offer inspiration for business owners.
Corey Padveen, partner at t2 Marketing International, will discuss the importance of block chain theory in our lives.
Todd Fisher, actor, director and kid of Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds and brother of Carrie Fisher, will talk about movies and history.
Raymond Fletcher, transport consultant, will discuss why belonging and neighborhood are vital when residing in the extreme.
Benjamin Morse, a UNLV going to speaker and previous editorial director of brand-new media at Marvel Home entertainment, will share his ideas about how comics shape a culture.
Shawn Sturges, a blind rock climber, will present his perspective on facing hardship.
Cynthia Sanford, registrar at the Clark County Museum, will provide on the significance of ” crisis collections,” unscripted memorials at the sites of tragedies.
Tim Toterhi, a human resources expert, will talk about owning our variety.
Megan Slankard, singer/songwriter, will share her story through music.
Matthew Morgan, a star and circus entertainer, will provide a performance and discuss the role of circuses in today’s culture.
Michel Santiago, a mentalist and graduating UNLV student, will talk about his experience as the very first Hispanic entertainer on the Las Vegas Strip whose headlining act exists completely in Spanish.
This year’s TEDxUNLV event is possible through generous sponsor contributions. To get involved as a sponsor or to volunteer, contact Gael (Hancock) Hees at [email protected]!.?.! or 702-895-5430. Follow TEDxUNLV on Twitter @TEDxUNLV, on Facebook , and on Instagram. About TEDx. x= individually organized event In the spirit of ideas
worth spreading out, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized occasions that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TED Talk videos and live speakers combine to trigger deep conversation and connection. These regional, self-organized occasions are branded TEDx, where x= separately arranged TED occasion. The TED Conference offers general assistance for the TEDx program, but private TEDx events are self-organized.( Subject to particular guidelines and guidelines. )About TED. TED is a not-for-profit organization devoted to Concepts Worth Spreading, normally through short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less) delivered by today’s leading thinkers and doers. A number of these talks are given at TED’s annual conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, and made available, totally free, on TED.com. TED speakers have actually consisted of Bill Gates, Jane Goodall, Elizabeth Gilbert, Sir Richard Branson, Monica Lewinsky, Philippe Starck, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Sal Khan and Daniel Kahneman. TED’s open and totally free efforts for spreading concepts include TED.com, where brand-new TED Talk videos
are published daily; the Open Translation Job, which supplies subtitles and interactive records in addition to translations from countless volunteers worldwide; the academic effort TED-Ed; the yearly million-dollar TED Reward, which funds exceptional people with a” desire, “or concept, to develop change on the planet; TEDx, which offers licenses to thousands of people and groups who host regional, self-organized TED-style occasions around the globe; and the TED Fellows program, which picks innovators from around the world to amplify the impact of their amazing projects and activities.