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2014 | Thad Starner | Are Piano Lessons Key to Effortless Spinal Injury Rehab?

2014 | Thad Starner | Are Piano Lessons Key to Effortless Spinal Injury Rehab?

 

2014 | Shannon Zirbel | Can Origami Advance Space Exploration?

2014 | Shannon Zirbel | Can Origami Advance Space Exploration?

2014 | Christopher Erk | Tap Dance vs Beatbox Battle

2014 | Christopher Erk | Tap Dance vs Beatbox Battle

2014 | Melody Moore Jackson | Human – Dog Communications

2014 | Melody Moore Jackson | Human – Dog Communications

2014 | Genna Duberstein | Can the Sun Rekindle Our Sense of Wonder?

2014 | Genna Duberstein | Can the Sun Rekindle Our Sense of Wonder?

2014 | Adam Marcus | Every Cancer is Personal

2014 | Adam Marcus | Every Cancer is Personal

2014 | HeaveN Beatbox | Deconstructing Beatbox for All

2014 | HeaveN Beatbox | Deconstructing Beatbox for All

2014 | Ion Popian | Mental Fabrications

2014 | Ion Popian | Mental Fabrications

2014 | Chantelle Rytter | Civic Play

2014 | Chantelle Rytter | Civic Play

2014 | Keith McGreggor | Fractal Thinking

2014 | Keith McGreggor | Fractal Thinking

TEDxPeachtree 2013 – Connecting Beats

TEDxPeachtree 2013 – Connecting Beats

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TEDxPeachtree 2013 – Michelle Malone

TEDxPeachtree 2013 – Michelle Malone

Michelle Malone

How Are TEDxPeachtree Speakers Curated?

How Are TEDxPeachtree Speakers Curated?

24 March 2013

This post was written in 2013 but much of it still applies with a few updates.¬† We are curating speakers for TEDxPeachtree 2015 and these are the updated tips on drafting a compelling speaker nomination. But first, a couple of rules: There is no pay for play. Current year sponsors are excluded from speaker consideration. […]

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Buildings that Breathe in the Heat

Buildings that Breathe in the Heat

25 June 2015

If you’ve been in Atlanta the last several days, you’ll “feel the heat” that’s been radiating through our streets as the temperature has risen to almost 100 degrees. This heat¬†affects people in different ways. For some, it’s an opportunity to find a body of water or pool as we enter summer. For others, we crank […]

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The Ripple Effect of Violence

The Ripple Effect of Violence

11 June 2015

Gary Haugen has seen poverty- from investigating the Rwandan genocide to working with widows in Zambia, he has seen and heard countless stories of poverty and compassion. In the past 35 years, the number of people in the world living in extreme poverty has decreased from 50% to 15%. But what seems to be an […]

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TEDxPeachtree Salutes 2012 Speaker

TEDxPeachtree Salutes 2012 Speaker

29 May 2015

For National Poetry Month, we celebrate TEDxPeachtree 2012 speaker Ayoka Chenzira who will receive the Legacy of Leadership Award from Spelman College at the National Women of Color Conference this year. This conference recognizes dynamic women who are visionaries leading in the field of technology. Chenzira is an educator and international award-winning video artist. She […]

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A Question of Trust

A Question of Trust

26 May 2015

  A Question of Trust: The Impact Across Generations in Atlanta Salon was a great launch of our candid discussion of how local and regional issues around (dis)trust shapes infrastructure, lifestyle, interactions and productivity across Atlanta from the perspective of Millennial, Gen X and Boomer generations. The development of trust is one of the most […]

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