TEDx Miami - The Promise of Tomorrow
Committing to The Promise of Tomorrow we focus on the emerging growth of trends and the change makers forging the path. As we look into the future, the evening will be filled with philosophy from distinguished speakers as well as exclusive performances.
Also, we invite you for an after-party on the rooftop of the New World Symphony so we can mingle with each other, the speakers, and the organizers!
WE INVITE YOU TO THE PROMISE OF TOMORROW!
SPEAKER & PERFORMERS LINE UP:
Architect Charles Renfro will discuss the real-world vs digital world uses of architecture. In 1997, he joined the husband-and-wife team of Liz Diller and Ricardo Scofidio and in 2004, he became a partner. As Diller Scofidio & Renfro, the architecture firm has presided over numerous influential projects, including the design of the High Line Park and the redevelopment of Lincoln Center in New York, that have reshaped modern-day attitudes about what cities should be.
Musical Performer Gina Chavez will perform her latest music creations. Chavez is a multi-ethnic and internationally acclaimed Latinx pop artist who is redefining Latin music in Texas and beyond. The all-Spanish language album marks a sonic and visual evolution for an artist whose musical journey began in Austin coffee shops.
Chief Well-being Ofﬁcer at Deloitte and Author Jen Fisher will discuss workplace well-being and human-centered organizational cultures. She’s known for her talks on the importance of mental health and social connection to workforce resilience, happiness, and productivity.
Dr. Julie Radlauer-Doerfler
Collectively’s CEO Dr. Julie Radlauer-Doerfler will discuss the impact of personal connections in our daily lives. Dr. Radlauer-Doerfler is a leading expert in the social influences of mental health and with her experience, she creates an impact within communities, systems, organizations, and individuals. With 25 years of experience in behavioral health, public health, and organizational development, she is recognized as a national expert in behavioral health.
WOHASU’s CEO Karen Guggenheim will discuss the effects of collective post-traumatic growth. Karen is a pioneer in the global happiness movement as well as a leader in promoting the science behind wellbeing to an international audience. Her mission is to make a case for happiness by highlighting the opportunities for win-win scenarios.
Dr. Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos
Assistant Professor at the University of Miami School of Engineering Dr. Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos will give insight on how to help South Florida from rising sea levels. Dr. Rhode-Barbarigos is an expert in structural morphology investigating the relationship between structures, their form, function, material, and forces. He focuses on lightweight structures such as tensegrity systems, as well as coastal applications, including ecofriendly solutions for shoreline protection.
Miami-Dade Innovation Authority President Leigh-Ann Buchanan will discuss DEI in innovation. She is a writer, facilitator, and strategic advisor. Her work spans over 15 years of experience as an attorney, DEI, and social impact practitioner to explore how equity intersects with tech, innovation and social investment to transform organizations and communities.
Cyber Security Expert & “The Ethical Hacker” Ralph Echemendia will discuss personal cyber security today as we know it and the shocking things we may not know yet. Echemendia is a world-renowned cyber security expert, known internationally by his alter ego “The Ethical Hacker.” He has delivered training on hacking and other security information to corporations including the US Marine Corps, NASA, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, AMEX, Intel, Boeing, Symantec, and IBM.
Artist Romero Britto will showcase an exhilarating artistic visual performance. He is an internationally renowned artist who has created an iconic visual language of happiness, fun, love, and hope all its own inspiring millions worldwide. Brazilian-born and Miami-made, he is considered the most licensed artist in history.
🏡 Where: New World Center, 500 17th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139, (305) 673-3330
🚙 Parking: There is metered parking alongside the main streets as well as a parking garage on 17th Street.
✅ Bring: Yourself, a friend, and your community to partake in the mission of TEDx which is to help share ideas worth spreading.
🎟 Tickets: Registration is Early Bird or General Admission. Please also purchase swag for TEDxMiami and support us to keep bringing powerful events to you.
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Doors open at 6:00 pm, event begins at 7 pm.
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