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Theme: Sustaining Innovation

This event occurred on
November 17, 2012
6:00pm - 8:00pm EST
(UTC -5hrs)
Allentown, PA
United States

Students will share the ways they innovate in their community, what inspires and drives their innovation and how this generation will cope with sustaining it.

Salisbury High School Auditorium
500 E Montgomery Street
Allentown, PA, 18103
United States
Event type:
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Sarah Kim

Sarah, a junior at Salisbury, will be speaking on a presentation answering the question "what if we embraced emotions rather then ignored them?"

Thomas Walters

Tommy, a senior at Salisbury, will speak on the interesting and original idea: "why everyone needs a fat lady."

Makenna Lenover

Makenna, a sophomore at Salisbury, will present "The Falling Victim" which discusses the dangers of taking competition away from our society which could force us to become complacent, the exact opposite of what innovation needs in order to be sustained.

Sinjon Bartel

Sinjon, a junior at Salisbury, will be discussing "The Failure Paradox".

Gabby Maramag

Gabby, a junior at Salisbury, will answer the question, "how does loss aversion affect innovation?"

Alan Mendez

Alan, a senior at Salisbury, will discuss the importance of "Improv and Chaos" for innovation.

Casey Creveling

Casey, a senior at Salisbury, will answer the question, "why can't we innovate?"

Alyssa Sipos

Alyssa, a junior at Salisbury, enjoys challenges through learning and participates in a variety of activities including swimming, Model UN, SADD as well as other activities. A passionate individual, Alyssa would like to pursue her dreams and make them come true.

Organizing team


Allentown, PA, United States
  • Kel Wetherhold
  • Jennifer Brinson
  • Michelle Dang
    Technical Assistant/Designer
  • Kevin Esslinger
  • George Richards
  • Brad Vangeli
  • Kelly Garrigan