TEDxGreensboro Presents TEDWomen2018 Webcast
Dec. 6, 2018, 8:30-2:30pm Wellspring Special Occasions Room
Join TEDxGreensboro for a day of ideas and connections with our webcast of TEDWomen 2018, “Showing Up.” We will stream parts of the west-coast conference at the brand-new Wellspring Special Occasions Room.
TEDWomen is a conference about the power of women and girls to be creators and change-makers. The day includes webcasts from the west-coast event, coffee and light snacks and brunch with Greensboro’s finest table hosts!
DON’T MISS IT – Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018
Join us for a webcast with catered brunch.
Sit with your selected table host and guests.
Dec. 6 TEDWomen Schedule
Sign up early to reserve your seat with the table host of your choice.
Map, parking & directions are available at online registration.
Mebane Ham, Greensboro Beautiful garden event coordinator, Co-founder of EVA for women artist entrepreneurs, Tab Connoisseur, special expertise in humor and being our “Mrs. Claus” for the holidays.
Amy Grossmann, Interim President & CEO of ArtsGreensboro, the leading arts funding organization in Guilford County. She was recruited to Greensboro to lead efforts to produce the National Folk Festival’s 3-year residency and she leads the teams and resources that made the first North Carolina Folk Festival a huge success in September 2018.
Dr. Robin Coger, Professor and Dean, College of Engineering, North Carolina A&T State University; responsible for 10 baccalaureate, 8 masters, and 5 doctoral degrees. Her research expertise is in solving design and performance problems related to tissue engineered organs.
Marikay Abuzuaiter, At-Large Greensboro City Council Member since 2011, former small business owner & entrepreneur for 22 years. Executive Committee, Family Justice Center; Board Member, Crimestoppers, FaithAction, Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART). Chair, Metropolitan Planning Organization. Liaison to several City Boards and Commissions.
Deborah Goddard, Chair, Commission on the Status of Women and CSW Women Leading Through Service committee. She has been a Human Service professional for 25 years and is enthusiastic about inspiring others to become “Servant Leaders “ Deborah believes there are personal perspectives every woman must KNOW about herself to effectively show up.
Jacquie Gilliam, is a Los Angeles, California native. She and her family moved to Greensboro in 2015. Since then, Jacquie has become involved in a variety of activities that impact the Greensboro area through her volunteerism and civic engagement. She is involved in everything from education, the arts to helping with issues surrounding poverty and food insecurity. Jacquie has worked both nationally and internationally as a Philanthropic Consultant and has raised more than 1.5 billion dollars during her 25+ year career. She is currently serving as co-chair Greensboro’s Arts Master Plan process.
Maureen Flak, RN, BSN, Parish Nurse, Faith Community Nurse, Congregational Nursing Program, a unique, specialized nursing practice established as a collaborative relationship between Cone Health and our area’s faith communities for the purpose of outreach to marginalized populations. Maureen is the recipient of the 2017 Granger Westberg Leadership in Faith Community Nursing award, a national honor.
Kim Gatling, Attorney and Partner at Smith Moore Leatherwood specializing in patents, trademarks, copyrights, software, and e-commerce. Kim serves on the Boards of United Way of Greater Greensboro, the Cone Health Foundation, and the Gateway Research Park.
Denny Kelly, Moderator. Denny’s enormous passion and experience make a positive impact on our community. She is Chair of Bouvier Kelly and her background includes newspaper, PR, consumer research and franchise ownership. In her “spare” time, Denny volunteers in arts, youth, diversity and inclusivity, mentoring girls, downtown revitalization and economic development.