United Nations Secretary-General
Bawa Jain is the Secretary-General for the World Council of Religious Leaders. He first presided as such at the 2000 Millennium World Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders. Jain co-founded the Religious Initiative of the World Economic Forum, and is the founder of The Gandhi King Award for Non-Violence
Dr. June Hall, affectionately known as Dr. June, has graduate degrees in Mental Health Counseling and Education. She has been an educator and facilitator for over 20 years, and is a syndicated advice columnist for Tribune Content Services. She founded Time to APT (Accentuate Positive Thinking), which facilitates programs to help others personally and professionally. As a speaker and media personality, she spreads this message of positivity. Her lesson of refilling your glass to move forward in your business and personal life has resonated compellingly with small business owners, corporations, and individuals who just need a recharge to get them back on a positive track. She has been the keynote speaker for AT&T, Mental Health Association of Broward, CARE Foundation, Girl Scouts of America, colleges, churches and more. Dr. June has been an expert panelist on syndicated and local TV talk shows, and has received the EPIC (Exceptional People Impacting the Community) Award.
Harikrishna Patel is a junior at the University of South Florida majoring in Cybersecurity. Though he is at the early stages of his career, Harikrishna’s passion for understanding human connection has led him to discover an unconventional type of leadership. His talk will provide a new perspective upon practical competencies that are needed to not only advance in your own career but most importantly, make an impact in your own circle of influence.
Pierre Subeh is an author, business expert, and award-winning executive producer. He is mostly known for advocating Middle-Eastern representation and pushing the U.S. Department of State & The White House under the Biden-Harris administration to recognize April as the national Arab American Heritage Month. He was recently inaugurated as a new member of the prestigious Entrepreneur Magazine Leadership Network and now serves as a contributor to the magazine, where he shares his expertise to mentor new generations of leaders. He has been featured for his business knowledge on Forbes, The Washington Post, Yahoo News, CNBC, and The New York Post.
Rajat Doshi is a rising Junior at Yale University, majoring in Computer Science and Economics. He is interested in the intersection of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Healthcare. He explores this interest through his research in the Gerstein Lab at Yale, his startup he founded called PeaceOfMind, and his industry experience as a software engineering intern at Microsoft and the non-profit FightTheStroke. In his spare time, he loves to watch basketball (huge Atlanta Hawks fan), play chess (especially against chess hustlers in New York), and make short films (centered around trips he has been on).
Health Care Administration
Hello, my name is Rohan Mathur, MHA, PMP. I am from Jacksonville, Florida and moved to Tampa Bay 8 years ago. I completed my undergraduate studies with the University of South Florida, which spiked my passion towards healthcare and drove me to acquire my Masters of Health Administration from the University of Central Florida. I am coming to speak at TEDxUSF regarding the future of healthcare from a different perspective. My background entails a variety of experience within a clinical and administrative setting. I come to you with a vast educational background and a profession in the Enterprise Project Management team at Moffitt Cancer Center. I am excited to share my perspective regarding innovative ideas that can benefit the future of patient centric care!
Sasha Post is beginning his second year at the University of South Florida majoring in Cellular and Molecular Biology. His interests include evolution, genomics, and understanding health. Sasha aspires to become a genomics researcher, improving the understanding of health problems in under examined populations. He pursues these interests by volunteering with the Wildman lab and as a student consult for the Medical Humanities in a Global Context Research Pathway at the Judy Genshaft Honors College. In his free time, Sasha enjoys various board sports and visiting the Florida Gulf beaches. Go Bulls!
At 18 years old and about to graduate high school, Taylor stepped into a subculture that pulled his life in an unexpected direction. On the TEDxUSF stage he shares the paradigm shift that helped him survive a dangerous world few will ever enter. His message coupled with his extraordinary optimism and positive worldview will have you smiling next time you feel stuck somewhere.