The First-Ever Rutgers-Camden Student to Become a TEDx Speaker by Priyal Shah

My experience as a TEDx speaker for this year’s conference was nothing short of amazing. The entire process was very well organized, and the team was very flexible with my needs as a speaker, especially with timelines and meeting deadlines. I appreciated the constant communication and feedback from the TEDx team about solidifying my talkContinue reading “The First-Ever Rutgers-Camden Student to Become a TEDx Speaker by Priyal Shah”

Yasmine’s Experience as a TEDx Speaker (How Boundaries Make Space For The Sweet Things In Life)

When you receive the email that you’ve been accepted to give a TEDx Talk, you immediately begin thinking about how you’re going to craft a conversation that will hopefully greatly impact your audience, where they leave thinking thoughts that they wouldn’t have previously considered.  You hope that their conversations expand and that their view ofContinue reading “Yasmine’s Experience as a TEDx Speaker (How Boundaries Make Space For The Sweet Things In Life)”

Behind the Scenes: Marie-Elizabeth Mali

I was so looking forward to being on the TEDxRutgersCamden stage. When I found out the event was suddenly changed to virtual, at first I was disappointed. But then I thought, “Okay, well, how can I make the best of this?” I decided to make something creative instead of filming myself on my webcam standingContinue reading “Behind the Scenes: Marie-Elizabeth Mali”

“Falling in Love with the Words Again & Again & Finally… V13” by TEDx Speaker Bonnie Low-Kramen

As a first-time TEDx speaker, the whole experience was something of a rollercoaster. The deadlines were daunting as the revisions for the talk rose to V13.  My experience with TEDxRutgersCamden began with words and continued to be all about the words. The organizers urged us to read Chris Anderson’s book about delivering TED talks. IContinue reading ““Falling in Love with the Words Again & Again & Finally… V13” by TEDx Speaker Bonnie Low-Kramen”