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This event occurred on
March 22, 2022
London, Lewisham
United Kingdom

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).

Goldsmiths, University Of London
Richard Hoggart Building
8 Lewisham Way
London, Lewisham, Se14 6NW
United Kingdom
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Andy Coley

Andy Coley is an award-winning International NLP Trainer and Speaker who came into the field of human development through his own challenges and now works with the NHS, charities and corporate organisations to support their teams with mindset, boundaries and resilience.

Caroline Leek

Caroline has a background in neuroscience research and medicine regulation policy. In 2012, she founded the multi-award winning Fruit Fly Collective, a not for profit organisation that focuses on supporting families, and communities, around their understanding of cancer with the aim to facilitate communication and to improve the mental wellbeing of those affected by cancer

Helen Stanley

Helen is the Artistic Director of Lewisham Youth Theatre (LYT) and her 20 year commitment has empowered thousands of Lewisham young people to find their creative voice & realise their potential. With a history as a professional actress & experience as a play worker, Helen merges an in-depth understanding of professional theatre practice with experience of supporting children and young people's aged 8-24 to develop, write & direct creatively challenging theatre that opens possibilities for transformation.

Jason Page

Jason is a space-activator & connector with experience working at the intersection of government, community affairs, social change & the arts. Creator of South East Salon, a platform elevating people & communities of South East London, and an Operations Manager for Migration Museum UK. Jason's passion is unlocking new opportunities for young people & making space for unheard voices. Having lived throughout the US & now in London for 13 years, Jason is committed to being a conduit for culture between continents

Jonas Andrew- Phillip

Jonas Andrew-Phillip is a young public speaker, workshop facilitator & host who uses his personal transformation story of "Wasteman to Winner" to educate, entertain and empower young people. Jonas has spoke at many organisations and public events building a reputation of spreading his powerful message to inspire others.

Nana Marfo

Nana Marfo is a legendary disability advocate who uses his own experience as a disabled man to shine a light into the hardships faced by those with disabilities. Unlike many Nana was born without an active vocal cord so had to literally 'find his voice'. Nana has written articles for the Metro and The Independent about employment inequalities faced by the disabled & delivered inspirational talks for Facebook, HMRC and within the educational setting. Nana believes that a person's inability is never a failure but a redirection of life and empowering energy.

Nimal Jude

Nimal is a strategic leader and registered social worker with huge experience in supporting organisations to reflect and focus on practice/ organisational development, innovation & co-production. Experienced in the areas of youth justice, domestic abuse, substance misuse, groupwork, innovation and forum theatre. Nimal’s focus is to build a culture of collaborative leadership in a complex multi-stakeholder environment. Co-author of a chapter in the book 'The Anti-racist Social Worker' .

Subira Damali

Subira started with Lewisham Youth Theatre 16 years ago. After finding her inner confidence on the stage, she wanted to give back to the community so she became a facilitator. Through Lewisham Youth Theatre she trained as an assistant facilitator and director. Subira is now Progress Coordinator of the Workshop Training Project.

Yinka Ewuola

Yinka is a Multi-Award-Winning Business owner, Coach, Consultant, Strategist, Trainer and Speaker. Founder of Calla Success Systems working with ambitious women around the world to shine & build profitable businesses while living nourishing and inspiring lives. Yinka's coaching focuses on systems and leverage ensuring that the habits, environments and processes are appropriate to support her clients’ ambitions whilst helping to create a journey that strengthens and empowers their vision. Yinka thrives on changing the narrative as a strong thought leader.

Zaria Greenhill

Zaria is an educational environmentalist & a climate change activist. With global work experience witnessing real life degradation of natural environments, Zaria is dedicated to helping to educate and empower decision makers to take serious action against the climate change and other environmental issues. Founder of Climate Action Lewisham, a community group passionate about the climate, Zaria seeks to inspire, encourage and support climate 'awareness' and 'action' at all levels within her local area and beyond.

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