TEDxBreck seeks speakers for spring conference
BRECKENRIDGE — TED — a conference company known for its thought-provoking talks on the subjects of technology, entertainment and design — will have an independently organized event May 30 at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge. Planning for the TEDxBreck conference began with Micah Shanser, a local therapist and staff member at Amazing Brains. He then brought together a group of community partners committed to organizing the local event’s logistics.
“TEDxBreck has truly become a community effort,” Shanser said in a news release. “We have a wide range of businesses and volunteers contributing their time and resources to this exciting launch. It’s been incredibly exciting to see so much energy around this effort. We’re expecting this to be the first of many great events for TEDxBreck.”
The event’s organizing committee is seeking speakers and sponsors. TEDxBreck’s theme is “Connections.” The speakers selected to give talks will be sharing ideas related to the role that connections play in communities, the outdoors and the human experience.
Applications for speakers will be open through Monday, Feb. 17. Visit tedxbreck.com to apply to be a speaker or sponsor and for more information.
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