More People You’ll Meet at TEDxManitoba

It’s not just the speakers that will make TEDxManitoba a day to remember. It’s the dynamic of the ideas being shared, discussed and spread. We decided that this year, we were going to make it as easy as possible for our attendees to connect and discuss both at the event and in the months to come. Over the course of a few posts, we’ll be posting profiles for those who agreed to do so, and we hope it helps keep the conversations going and the ideas spreading. So here they are, the attendees of TEDxManitoba 2012. Find more here.

Christopher Hart

Twitter: @ChrisHart27
Favorite TED Talk:
Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity
Profile on Facebook


Andy McKiel

Twitter: @amckiel
Favorite TED Talk:
Taylor Conroy – How to Build a School in 3 Hours
Personal site: http://andymckiel.blogspot.com


Gaz Black

Twitter: @TheBestDefense
Favorite TED Talk:
Ken Robinson: Changing education paradigms
Personal site: http://thebestdefenseprogram.wordpress.com
Profile on Facebook
Profile on LinkedIn


Deanna England

Twitter: @UWGradStudies
Favorite TED Talk:
Ken Robinson: Changing education paradigms
Personal site: http://www.insidehighered.com/users/deanna-england
Profile on Facebook
Profile on LinkedIn


Chris Gaulin

Twitter: @cgaulin
Favorite TED Talk:
Caroline Casey: Looking past limits
Profile on Facebook
Profile on LinkedIn


Allison Ferley

Favorite TED Talk:
Marian Bantjes: Intricate beauty by design


Jacquie Nagy

Twitter: @BeYourselfCoach
Favorite TED Talk:
Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of insight
Personal site: http://holisticdirections.com/blog/
Profile on Facebook
Profile on LinkedIn


Cara Grant

Favorite TED Talk:
Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity
Personal site: http://caragrant.weebly.com/
Profile on Facebook


Carol Ploen-Hosegood

Twitter: @HappymonkeyClub
Personal site: http://www.happymonkeyclub.com
Profile on Facebook
Profile on LinkedIn


Rosa Ramirez

Twitter: @rosaramirez12


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