TEDxEvansville 2015 videos now available online

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Be re-inspired: Watch the TEDxEvansville 2015 talks – now available online
See how the 13 speakers were inspired by the event’s “renaissance” theme

EVANSVILLE, IND. – Did you miss TEDxEvansville 2015? Or simply want to experience it again? Watch all 13 talks from the Oct. 13, 2015, event – now available at www.TEDxEvansville.com and the TEDx YouTube Channel. See how the locally and regionally sourced speakers’ talks aligned with the event’s renaissance theme.

Steve Burger, Vice President of Radio & Digital, WNIN, Tri-State Public Media
Public media’s role in the renaissance

Rob Carroll, Principal, South Heights Elementary
What do Kevin Bacon, Alice in Wonderland, lying to kids and getting tattoos have to do with effective (school) leadership?

Jodi Duncan, Jodi Duncan Designs

Sean M. Georges, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and In-House Counsel, Shoe Carnival, Inc.
The essence of authentic leadership

T. Michael W. Halcomb, Conversational Koine Institute
Silent no more: Resurrecting dead languages

Robin Mallery, Community Volunteer, Registered Nurse, Health Educator
Chocolate mindfulness exercise

Lynn Miller Pease, Chief Executive Officer, Leadership Evansville, Inc.
How a picture book, markers and paper transformed my city from miserable to magnetic

Matthew Rowe, Executive Director, Reitz Home Museum, Chairman, City of Evansville Historic Preservation Commission
In my neighborhood: A primer on architectural styles in Evansville’s historic district

Michael Strezewski, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Southern Indiana
The Mann Site: Indiana’s first capital

Dan Sullivan, Web designer, father of five
Uniformity, monotony and creativity

Charles Sutton, Librarian/Educator, Thinker/Tinkerer
Maker education: Empowering individuals to make a better world

Sean Wallace, Owner, Windows of Opportunity – Barbed Wire Art
Second chance

Scott Wylie, Esq., Director, Vanderburgh Community Foundation
Intentional inclusiveness in community renaissance