Dear My Teenage Self
Claire shares her experiences from her photo-journalism project, "Dear My Teenage Self," and discusses the power of listening to our fellow human beings.
Olivia Koller, a former speaker and current speaker coach, performs an original slam poem.
New Albany High School Junior Emily Demooy performs an original dance on the TEDxNewAlbany main stage.
Hidden Secrets of the Uninsured
Through personal experiences and a passion for his work, Shaun challenges people to change their perspectives on the 29 million U.S. citizens who do not have health insurance.
The Bigger Picture in Our Kids' Activities
Dave reflects upon his journey and transformation as a sports parent and focuses on the most important part in our kids' activities.
How Open Source Software Can Change Our Lives
For Brad, it's open source software that has shaped many of his life philosophies. Whether you're a fellow engineer or a compelte software novice, the life lessons of open-source software are applicable to us all and can help shape the way we live our everyday lives.
What's Your "For Good?"
Board President of Water for Good, a non-profit bringing clean water to poor communities in Africa, Doug Brennan brings light to the billions of dollars invested in water wells that now are destroyed due to a lack of a sustainability plan.
JODI KEMPNER COLLINS
Living in the Field
As someone works and lives in a field with those with developmental disabilities, Jodi will show what years of experience have taught her, and what you can learn from it.
As society is progressing through the information era, Dwight Carter, a high school principal, challenges the audience to focus on learning by reevaluting stereotypical aspects of school such as time and space.
Change: It's Not Out of Our Hands
Aaron tells his story of pereservering through the dissapointment of the current prosthetic system and how that led to his venture into 3D printed assistive devices for those like himself.
Parker Edman performs an original folk piece, inspired by his conversations withing farmers across rural Ohio.
Learning Without Limits
Dr. Jim Mahoney uses his years of experience as an educator to explain the three things we need to swap in order to truly revolutionize the education system.
This Life. Purpose. Thing
In his talk, Juan puts an interesting twist on on exploring the concepts of life, purpose, and fulfilment.
Think For Yourself
Danny evaluates human value in a monetarily driven society and challenges the audience to consider where they find value in such a society.
Owning Your Perspective
Through the harsdhips of a rough car accident, Izzy teaches the audience to regain control of their perspectives and own their beliefs.
Ah, You Are So Rich
A consultant to nonprofits, Kerri Mollard explores our society's assumptions on what wealth means and challenges the audience to re-frame what it means to be rich.