Undergraduate Student, Journalism
Donald Griffin is a fourth year student studying Journalism with a minor in Psychology at Texas Christian University. He serves as the Editorial Intern for TCU Magazine, Managing Editor for TCU's student-run newspaper, TCU 360; and an eTern for TCU's ePortfolio, FrogFolio. As an aspiring journalist, he is passionate about the dissemination of information such that it is not only timely, but digestible.
PhD Student, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Joe Kimball is currently a Post Doctoral fellow in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department at the University of Arizona where he is developing a system for non-linear ultrafast spectroscopy for use in semiconductor nanocrystals, NV centers, and photosynthesis research for efficient solar energy.
He finished his Ph.D in physics in December 2015 at Texas Christian University. He has been involved in a wide variety of physical, biological, technical and statistical projects, including molecular rotors for detection of viscosity of cancer cells, porphyrins for photodynamic therapy, and multipulse excitation technology for increasing signal to noise ratio in imaging, an idea he shares in his his TEDxTCU 2015 talk.
Dr. Karen Lindsey-Lloyd is an adjunct faculty at Texas Christian University. Serving as well as the associate director of the TCU Center for Career and Professional Development and a higher ed and corporate consultant for K2L Consulting, Lindsey-Lloyd shares her wealth of experience in personal branding and self-discovery in "Counter-Intuitive Career Advice and the 3Cs" at TEDxTCU 2015: A New Hope. Karen's other laurels include MBTI Certified Practitioner, Edelman Vice President of Education, Associate Vice President of Mississippi College, and Military Contractor for the US Army Distance Learning Program. Karen is passionate about helping individuals discover their career calling.