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MARCH 28, 2014
@ the Carpenter Theater

Speakers

Amy Black

Amy Black

Tatoo Artist

Joshua Braunstein

Joshua Braunstein

Slam Poet

Carmen Jones

Carmen Jones

Sophmore, Virginia Commonwealthy University

Daniel Goldschmidt

Daniel Goldschmidt

Music Therapist

Archie Lee Coates IV

Archie Lee Coates IV

Partner & Co-Founder, PlayLab Inc.

Ashley Stanley

Ashley Stanley

Executive Director, Lovin'Spoonfuls

Dr. Danny Avula

Dr. Danny Avula

Deputy Director, Richmond Public Health Department

Brian Shepard

Brian Shepard

Chief Executive Officer, UNOS

Jim Meehan

Jim Meehan

Mixologist

Jasmine Lawrence

Jasmine Lawrence

Program Manager, Microsoft's Xbox One Engineering Team

David Rau

David Rau

Principal & Creative Director, 3north

Morgan Yacoe | Dr. Jennifer Rhodes

Morgan Yacoe | Dr. Jennifer Rhodes

Sculptor | Director, Center of Craniofacial Care at CHoR

Dr. Tawnya Pettiford-Wates

Dr. Tawnya Pettiford-Wates

Founder & Artistic Director, The Conciliation Project

Jesse Vaughan

Jesse Vaughan

Emmy Award Winning Filmaker

Duron Chavis

Duron Chavis

Community Activist, Founder of Happily Natural Day Festival

Anne Goddard

Anne Goddard

Chieft Executive Officer, ChildFund International

Reggie Gordon

Reggie Gordon

CEO of the American Red Cross, Eastern Virginia Region, Founder of the Ujima Legacy Fund

Andrew Poklepovic

Andrew Poklepovic

Hematologist-oncologist, VCU Massey Cancer Center

Mike Muse

Mike Muse

Co-Founder, Muse Recordings

Charlotte Potter & Robin Rogers

Charlotte Potter & Robin Rogers

Artists, Chrysler Museum of Art Glass Studio

Lisa Freiman

Lisa Freiman

Director, VCU Institute for Contemporary Art

Garth Callaghan

Garth Callaghan

Father, Napkin Note Writer

About the Event

In our second year we wanted to move the conversation forward. We wanted to to give ourselves room to engage, provoke, and inspire. Making a space for thinking about things differently and challenging our preconceptions was our goal.

On March 28th, 2014 we hosted TEDxRVA: re___.
re___ is more than a theme; it’s an invitation, an action. It is a call for our community to lean in and bridge the gap. re___ leaves a space for you to add your voice to the conversation. Reconsider, re-imagine, react, repair, realize… there is no one word that can capture the future of our community, so we’re leaving it open to interpretation.

Behind the mic were speakers who not only challenge and energize, but showed us a new definition of re___.

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