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Theme: Eyes Wide Open

This event occurred on
March 17, 2017
7:00pm - 9:15pm EDT
(UTC -4hrs)
Suwanee, Georgia
United States

TEDxYouth@LambertHS is the first ever TEDx event in Forsyth County! We invite people from the community and abroad to come listen to our amazing speakers presenting on March 17th, 2017. This event is hosted by the TEDEd Club at Lambert High School. The Ted-Ed club at Lambert aims to provide a platform for students to connect and share ideas regardless of the differences found among one another. Creative ideas can be shared through animations on a web platform. Public speaking is emphasized because it is the most successful way to conceptualize, share, and act upon. The TedEd club has been adopted around the world by students and teachers to develop presentation literacy and impact the world through words. Whether your vision is a form of self-expression or targeted to a group, it is valued.

Lambert High School
805 Nichols Rd
Suwanee, Georgia, 30024
United States
Event type:
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Speakers may not be confirmed. Check event website for more information.

Khushi Joshi

Khushi describes the importance of confidence in this day and age.

Lauren Hong

With her passion for biotech, Lauren teaches the audience of the goals and processes of iGEM.

Nethra Pillai

Nethra discusses whether or not humans are inherently evil and takes a look at both sides of the argument.

Sai Mettupalli

Sai discusses the impact of cell phones on our current generation and how they will continue to affect us in the future.

Shruti Kumthekar

Shruti talks about her experiences and how important it is to stay true to who you really are.

Simran Malhotra

Simran discusses her grievances with the American education system that every student should be concerned about.

Sneha Kundu

Sneha discusses the importance of knowing that you are good enough.

Snighda Nellutla

Snighda is a sophomore in high school and is an active member of our chapter.

Srinidhi Vangala

Srinidhi is an avid dancer and she discusses how dance has impacted her life in this talk.

Sujin Cho

Sujin talks about her happiest days as a little girl back in South Korea.

Tara Velappan

Tara talks about redefining failure and what it means to succeed.

Organizing team


Suwanee, GA, United States