TEDxTemecula presents 'FutureTense' as we look ahead
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TEDxTemecula will launch its second decade – bringing together the Temecula Valley's brightest thinkers, visionaries and performers – with its 11th annual conference on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater.
To date, more than 80 speakers have taken the TEDxTemecula stage, presenting fresh ideas on technology, health, the arts and entertainment, and more. Their talks have a combined 2.8 million views on YouTube and the tedxtemecula.com website.
While this year's theme is "FutureTense,"
In addition to a day of inspirational and educational talks that will celebrate curiosity and offer hope for a better future, guests will enjoy live music and dance performances, savor a locally sourced lunch with dessert, sip vintages from the nearby Wine Country, and have opportunities to engage with neighbors, friends and others about all that you've discovered.
It's truly a unique event in the Temecula Valley.
Here are some additional details about each speaker:
The founder and CEO of EQI Mindset, a management consulting company focused on team and employee resource group optimization, Lola Adeyemo is a career mom of three children and a longtime advocate of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace at every level. Her new book, "Thriving in Intersectionality:
Beckett William Bayan
A student of the violin since the age of 4, Beckett William Bayan's musical talents shined as a second grader when he received national recognition for his composition about the endangered Palos Verdes Blue Butterfly. Now 12, Beckett made his Walt Disney Concert Hall solo debut this summer with the Filipino American Symphony Orchestra. Also, he can be found on YouTube, where he posts silly videos to his @practicenotperfect channel to encourage other kids to have fun while practicing and playing classical music.
A success coach, self-defense expert and author ("The Art of Badassery"), Jennifer Cassetta offers training on how to take feelings of fear and anxiety and turn them into a self-empowerment tool. Jennifer has helped employee teams from Apple, Nike, Uber and other major companies, and countless others via appearances on NBC's "Today" and other national and local TV shows.
After a cancer diagnosis while attending film school, and a year of successfully battling the disease, Scott Greenberg built a career as a motivational speaker for business leaders and later purchased two Edible Arrangements franchises – leading his employees through a rollercoaster of ups and downs, including the 2007-08 global financial crisis, to business success and company-wide recognition.
Sarah Hoggan, DVM
An emergency veterinarian for 21 years, Sarah Hoggan says her primary mission is to translate a pet's medical diagnosis and clinical situation into a more understandable context for each family so they can make pet-care decisions feeling empowered instead of overwhelmed. Sarah's 2019 TEDxTemecula presentation, "The Emotional Costs of Euthanasia,"
Since launching her alternative health and wellness business seven-plus years ago, Meagan Hopper has helped people near and far as a speaker at global summits, while also coaching clients one-on-one. She hosts "The Cacao Crowd" podcast, which is an exploration of healing, empowerment and how to love yourself a little more each day. Meagan also has a foot in corporate America, working as a construction project manager for one of the nation's largest entertainment companies.
Waleed Soro, who has a personality that can fill a room, has brought the flavors and cooking style of his native Iraq to American taste buds. In the States, his resume includes stints as head maître d' at Hotel St. Regis across the street from General Motors in Detroit, flambé captain at a restaurant in Sacramento and, since July 4, 2009, as owner of his own place, Soro's Mediterranean Grill, in Old Town Temecula. Waleed's book, "I've Never Had a Bad Day," is available from Amazon and other booksellers.
When: Saturday, Sept. 24, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Old Town Temecula Community Theater, 42051 Main St., Temecula
Tickets: $60, $85 and $110, lunch included ($85 and $110 levels also include a post-event speaker reception with hors d'oeuvres.)
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Since 2012, Jim McLaughlin, a local businessman and community advocate, has been leading a team of volunteers who stage annual conferences featuring speakers who deliver engaging and inspiring talks – all with fresh "ideas worth spreading." Topics have covered the arts, design, education, health, technology and many more. TEDx presentations, including TEDxTemecula, are independent events operated under a license from TED.
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