Atlanta

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Theme: Betterness

Atlanta, GA, United States
May 6th, 2014

About this event

The best TEDxAtlanta moments have almost all had the singular quality of revealing betterness. In an 18-minute talk, we came to know of an act or invention or discovery or creation that is making our world better. For TEDxAtlanta2014, we went in search of the best examples of betterness. True steps forward, whether small or large, simple or complex. It will be an afternoon certain to make us all grateful for the breadth and depth of talent in our midst.

Confirmed Speakers

  • Lonnie Johnson
    Lonnie Johnson is a rare independent engineer and inventor working outside of the scientific establishment — and on the cusp of creating a green technology revolution.
  • Aidan Sullivan
    With more journalists under threat while reporting critical news to the world, Aidan Sullivan uses advocacy and diplomacy to increase awareness, support and protection.
  • Andrew Losowsky Losowsky
    Andrew Losowsky is a publishing innovator who makes books, magazines and websites that change people's perspectives and expand their worlds.
  • Susan Booth
    Using her platform as artistic director of the Alliance Theatre, Susan Booth teaches that the Arts are a catalytic and causal factor in the health of a city.
  • Ted Ullrich
    New design studios like Ted Ullrich's Tomorrow Lab are changing the future of American entrepreneurship.
  • Team Sanivation
    In the 20-year-old Kakuma Refugee Camp, Team Sanivation is designing, testing and implementing human-centered solutions for the sanitation crisis.
  • Dr. Corey Keyes
    Dr. Corey Keyes has dedicated his career to studying what makes life worth living and is a pioneer of positive psychology.
  • Carol Naughton
    Carol Naughton has created a community development model that delivers social impact. When the public and private sectors work together, amazing things happen.
  • Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald
    Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald is on a mission to close the “30 million word gap.”

Venue and Details

Northyards
384 Northyards Blvd.
Roundhouse, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA, 30313
United States

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Tod Martin
Atlanta, GA, United States

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