Fifteen thinkers, trailblazers and changemakers to share bold ideas that illuminate how “We Rise” in the face of adversity
ATLANTA, GA, February 21, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Today, the TEDxAtlanta team is thrilled to announce its 2023 speaker roster. Curated around the theme, “We Rise,” the eclectic line-up of 15 thinkers, changemakers and trailblazers from Georgia and beyond will share bold ideas and innovations developed over the last three years that embody how “We Rise” against all odds.
From the power of “we” to new frontiers in cancer research, a novel approach to child re-trafficking prevention to wisdom from the world’s largest fish, and secrets of city bees to the science of giving better advice, TEDxAtlanta 2023 talks will not only inform and inspire, but also challenge the status quo, and spark conversation around pressing issues affecting our shared future.
Joe Bankoff, constitutional law expert, professor
Tiffanie Barriere, mixologist
Kristine Braman, entomologist
Moe Brown, therapist, LGBTQi+ advocate
Gerry Chen, roboticist
Susan Cohen, entrepreneurship researcher, professor
Alistair Dove, marine biologist
Isabel González Whitaker, civic engagement evangelist
Omer Inan, AI researcher, electrical engineer
Debra Lam, ecosystem builder, inclusion champion
Anthony B. Law, head and neck surgeon, AI researcher
Anant Madabhushi, biomedical researcher
Andrew McConnell, entrepreneur, author
Sydney Scherr, anti-child re-trafficking advocate
Tara Stoinski, primatologist
Date: May 19, 2023
Time: 9 AM – 6:30 PM ET.
Where: Rialto Center for the Arts
Tickets: Purchase using this link, Prices range from $155 – $550
For more information on our speakers, please visit tedxatlanta.com/2023-speakers. For more information about event sponsorships and tickets, visit https://www.tedxatlanta.com/we-rise-2023/.
TEDxAtlanta and TEDxAtlantaWomen are flagship conferences of Ideas into Action, a Georgia-registered nonprofit founded on the belief in the power of ideas to build stronger communities. These community-led gatherings are part of TED’s TEDx program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. Along with interactive experiences throughout the year, TEDxAtlanta and TEDxAtlantaWomen are planned by a team of volunteers led by Atlanta entrepreneur and TEDxAtlanta / AtlantaWomen licensee Jacqui Chew. The first TEDxAtlanta conference was organized in 2009 and more than a dozen speakers have been featured on TED.com. For more information, visit www.TEDxAtlanta.com.
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