In the NYC HQ of TED Conferences, occasionally they host small private events — an opportunity to meet incredibly interesting people, and also to get a mid-week jolt of ideas and energy from a handful of fresh speakers.
The AIGA NY had a wonderful cocktail party at the Museum of Art and Design — where I got to have conversations with several design legends. #humbled
It was my pleasure to host a private screening party for TED2019, just for the TEDxFultonStreet community.
Proud to be included in this discussion about the upcoming TED2019 conference. On the video wall were some of my fellow TEDx producers from around the world, participating in realtime.
What would you do if you discovered that an employee was being held hostage by kidnappers? This incredible leadership training program recreated a real case with just that circumstance.
I look forward to this event every year… a time to relax with “my people”, a well-curated community of entrepreneurs.
Honored to be invited to participate in a discussion among stakeholders at my alma mater.
It’s not every night we meet a Head of State when we go out in NYC… this experience at the United Nations was pretty special!
It was fun discussing the benefits and challenges of 360º video, contrasted with VR, across a range of industries: storytelling, advertising, gaming, and fine art.
In the fifth year of TEDxFultonStreet, we had 16 speakers explore how decisions are made, and what influences positive or negative reactions.
500 TEDx producers from around the world gathered in Brooklyn — to share ideas, trade best practices, and make friends.
Before the main conference, pre-events allow enthusiastic participants extra time to meet with one another. I co-hosted this two-day experience for an audience of TEDx producers from around the world.
Honored to be chosen by IMD Business School as its representative for this “Premiere EMBA” event!
The 5th Annual “Power of Collaboration” Global Summit at the United Nations was great, even though the closest I got to former UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon was taking a selfie with his portrait — in tapestry form.
20 slides, 20 seconds each. Here’s why I love this format.
Honored to be asked to deliver a 7-minute “PechaKucha” presentation about my career path, to an audience of Bennington College alumni!
The first “Founders Roundtable” of 2018, one of my favorite meetings for established entrepreneurs, was hosted by the wonderful design and VR team at Cadillac.
Great to catch up with old friends, and meet new ones, at one of my favorite clubs for established entrepreneurs, the Founders’ Roundtable.
Four iconic designers who together defined the looks of 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and beyond… all together for one spectacular discussion! I felt privileged to hear the thinking behind their works.