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This event occurred on
October 4, 2018
Plymouth, Wisconsin
United States

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized (subject to certain rules and regulations).

Bradley Theatre
Lakeland Univeristy
W3767 North Drive
Plymouth, Wisconsin, 53073
United States
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Brandon Herrin

A junior at Lakeland studying religion, Brandon plans to take his knowledge of this field to understand others and help bring people together. He is passionate to understand the human spirit and how it can triumph over the darkest and worst times that humans encounter.

Casey Hoff

Casey is a criminal defense lawyer who represents people accused of crimes throughout Wisconsin. He is a past president of the Sheboygan County Bar Association, a board member of the Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Dorothy and Wyatt McElroy

Dorothy is a widow, mom to Wyatt and, with him, founded the Dancing Arrow Club, a grief therapy through program. She will soon have her associate’s degree with an emphasis in grief therapy. Wyatt is a middle schooler at Etude School Group where he is taking classes to support his engineering interest.

Dr. Craig Mertler

An associate professor at Arizona State University, Craig started as a high school biology teacher and has been an educator for 33 years. He teaches courses on applying action research to promote educator empowerment, school improvement and job-embedded professional development.

Dr. Mark Weisberg

Dr. Mark Weisberg, Ph.D., ABPP

Dr. Mark Weisberg is a Clinical Health Psychologist and author in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is Adjunct Community Faculty, Academic Health Center, University of Minnesota. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, and American Academy of Clinical Health Psychology. He also consults at the Minnesota Head and Neck Pain Clinic in St Paul MN and maintains an independent practice in Minneapolis MN. Dr. Weisberg has been involved in clinical practice, consultation and writing in integrative mind-body medicine and treatment of chronic physical conditions for over 25 years, and teaches nationally and internationally on these topics. He has many publications in the medical, dental, and psychological scientific literature. He is also a jazz musician, playing bass at several Minneapolis/St. Paul jazz clubs.

Jacqueline Corey

Jacqueline holds a bachelor's in elementary and middle school education and an AAS in sign language interpreting in education. She works as a sign language interpreter and can often be found advocating for women's rights, veterans’ rights, LGBTQIA rights, deaf rights and climate change awareness.

Jamie Schramm

A Lakeland alum, Jamie has held roles in manufacturing operations, organizational and leadership development, community development, along with a variety of non-profits, all of which have confirmed in him a personal belief that we need to challenge ourselves every day to be better than the last.

Jess Lambrecht

Jess is a higher education professional who has worked in student services for over 13 years. With a master's in higher ed. administration and a bachelor's in marketing communication, she has experience in residence life, admissions and career services. She thrives on preparing students for their future careers.

Monique Brickham

Monique is a thriving graphic designer, rigorous design educator, and advocate for creativity and innovation. She believes design thinking and creative problem-solving are critical 21st century skills needed to tackle the complex, sticky issues facing our increasingly interconnected world.

Paul White

Paul has had more than a 20-year career in higher education serving in student affairs, academic affairs and as a faculty member. His teaching background encompasses courses in critical thinking, philosophy, logic, business statistics, economics, educational administration and research, and writing.

Zachary Mock

A senior at Lakeland studying communication and psychology, Zach has taken advantage of his social personality and embraced public presentation. He is the founder and president of the LU Drumline, an actor for the Lakeland Theatre and a percussionist in the LU Symphonic Band and Marching Band.

Organizing team


Plymouth, WI, United States