Youth@RuePrincess
x = independently organized TED event

Theme: Youth

This event occurred on
April 27, 2013
10:00am - 4:00pm ADT
(UTC -3hrs)
Saint John, NB
Canada

Our event is all about taking the youth of Saint John, some of whom are organizing the TEDx itself, and putting them in front of the world. Our city is old, and its population is aging, but under the politics of the adults is a growing youth subculture that needs only to be connected. By giving these young people a chance to connect and grow, we can do the same for the city we live in.

Saint John Theatre Company
112 Princess Street
Saint John, NB, E2L 1K4
Canada
Event type:
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Speakers

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Sébastien Lord

President of the Fédération des jeunes francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick. Passionate about math and civic engagement.

Maude Lanteigne

High school student that suffered from eating disorders. Passionate about the well-being of others.

David Wolpin

Owner and operator of Dave's Produce Pakcs. Passionate about good food and sustainable farming for the future.

Lisa Hrabluk

Journalist and start-up entrepreneur. Passionate about story-telling and community-building.

Raphael Paulin-Daigle

Young entrepreneur. Passionate about making new connections, and challenging preconceived notions about youth.

Lachlan Grant

Street-artist and surrealist painter. Passionate about the importance of developing multiple perspectives through art and engagement with the world around us.

Sasha Léger

Young singer-songwriter. Passionate about music, creativity, and cultural-heritage.

Pierre-Luc Losier

High-school student and Air-cadet. Passionate about flying, pursuing good goals and taking chances.

Kyle Macnevin

Project director of Youth Matters. Passionate about youth engagement.

Jenny O'Connell

Researcher for the Saint John, NB Human Development Council. Passionate about youth and community development.

Jordan Graham

Former (youngest ever) city councillor for the city of Fredericton, NB, and CEO of tech start-up Tabture. Passionate about the Atlantic provinces, entrepreneurship, and the start-up community.

Meghan Smith

Founding member of Harvard Speaks Up. Passionate about breaking the silence around mental health and mental health issues.

Kate Elman-Wilcott

Artistic director for Interactions School of Performing Arts. Passionate about Arts Education, the theatre and creative endeavours.

Organizing team

Alec
Boudreau

Hampton, Canada
Organizer

William
Duncan

Saint John, Nb, Canada
Co-organizer
  • Hannah Hébert
    Co Artistic Director
  • Kathleen Gagnon
    Co Artistic Director
  • Gabrielle Pelletier
    Co Director of Logistics
  • Julie Therrien
    Co Director of Logistics and Personal Assistant
  • Nicholas Ingalls
    Technologies Director