TEDxBozeman, Montana’s first and longest-running TEDx event, is pleased to announce its featured presenters and performers for the 2020 event on October 10th, at The Commons.
The 2020 event theme - In Focus - is designed to spark conversations about the most challenging questions facing our communities - both in Montana and worldwide. On April 4th, 2020, 16 speakers and performers will give audience members a new lens to look through when considering topics such as the mental and physical health of our first responders, to the role wildlife plays in climate change.
A few such speakers include local legends like Raymond Ansotegui - who travels the country as a rodeo bullfighter learning from those he protects in the arena and the bulls he dances with, and Meshayla Cox, a young activist and outreach coordinator for the Montana Racial Equity Project which works tirelessly to promote racial equity in Montana through community organizing. Wildlife veterinarian and founder of Veterinary Initiative for Endangered Wildlife Dr. Deborah McCauley will introduce us to the missing link in conservation, while dancers from Bozeman’s Raison D’être Dance Project will grace the TEDxBozeman stage with a new piece.
Full biographies and the complete lineup of presenters can be seen at www.tedxbozeman.com along with general information about this year’s upcoming event.
Please note this is an all day event. There will be plenty of coffee, snacks and lunch will be provided.