TEDxAsburyPark Talk Videos
2017 IDENTITY Speakers
Where Do We Fit?
American Identity on the Global Stage
Who Is Your Brain?
You Speak You
Children Are Not Standardized
Blood, Sweat and Sawdust
The Elephant in the Brain
How Did You Get into That?
Compassion Unlocks Identity
From Society’s Prison to Soulful Freedom
Hair I Am
Remaking Identity with the Beatles
Aging, Identity and Design
C-students Make Great Entrepreneurs
Peace, Love and Equality
Reclaiming Humanity at Work
Inhaling Can Go Wrong
Innovation at Scale
Embracing Your Identities
Food Waste: Society’s Greatest Opportunity
Arrive Already Loved
Grief is Good
The Gift of Gender Authenticity
2016 MAKERS Speakers
Relationship expert, author and on-air television personality.
Community Organizer for Autonomous Vehicles and Auto Enthusiast
interdisciplinary artist – singer, writer, actor, composer, and director.
Zaritza creates modern electro-pop/rock music infused with dramatic, romantic elements from her Russian classical roots.
Photographer and founding editor of Pulse Spikes magazine.
Ben Heck: master modder and host of element14’s The Ben Heck Show
School is both an essential and ridiculous environment for growing kids and there is nowhere else I’d rather be.
Jay is a venture capitalist with a focus on consumer internet & e-commerce.
Speech and Language Pathologist, Special Education Teacher, Owner of Speech Start, Lecturer and Curriculum Director for SiLAS for Social Skills
President and CEO of Covenant House International
Author of “Working Out Loud”
A lawyer and city planner, Leonard is now President of the Hamilton Partnership for Paterson.
Founder/owner of Woodstock Chimes®, member of Steve Reich and Musicians and NEXUS.
Maureen Langan, Standup Comic and Radio Talk Show Host
As a poet in a STEM school, 16-year-old Eileen Huang navigates through many clashing cultures.
Corporate Executive, Graduate Student, Extraordinary Mom, Entrepreneur, and Founder of Proud To Be Latina. She is the author of Rise, and the upcoming novel Stay.
Dina Long, Mayor of Sea Bright Borough and fellow Sandy survivor.
Ken Carbone is a designer, artist, musician, author, teacher and blogger. He is the Chief Creative Director of the Carbone Smolan Agency in NYC.
Author, Assistant Professor at Monmouth University
Entrepreneur, Artist, Teacher and creator/founder of Small Factory Productions and SiLAS Solutions.
The Most InterestED Man in the World
General Partner, TandemLaunch Ventures
“Radio For an Empowered Generation”
“To be AND not to be: quantum intelligence”
“Become A Virtuoso”
“Early-stage Tech and Urban Renaissance”
Entertainment — Music
Entertainment — Music
“A New Start for New Jersey”
Entertainment — Comedy & Improv
“Art in Front of You”
“To Hold On, Let Go”
“Shattering Records and Glass Ceilings”
“The Real Reason Simple is Smart”
“Books: Bridging the Gap”
“Missing Link: The Patient’s Roar”
“Go, Cat, Go: An Appreciation of the Accelerator”
“What’s Rape’s Brand?”
“The Power of Impatience!”
“Rise and fall of corporate accelerators”
“The Way to Wellville and Other Places”
“Race: Climate Change vs. Smart Money”
“Beyond Invisible: Building Blocks of the Cosmos”
“Finding the ‘Fourth Option’”
“Break-Ups Don’t Have to Leave You Broken”
“Growing Up in a Pornified Culture”
Happy For Goals
“Play” scene from Charlotte’s Web
Life Lessons…from Video Games
Why we must go beyond pink and blue
We Call it a ‘Play’ for a Reason
Creating Play Spaces for the Livable City
A Brief History of Rhyme
Taking the Time to Tinker
Beer Is Cuisine
The Rise Of The Social Employee
Get into Your Play – Wisdom from Dr. George Sheehan
Loving Second Life Bikes
Healing Ourselves Through Play
Play Helps Us Grow at Any Age
Introducing TEDxSelfie 2.0
Experience Augmented Asbury Park
Saving Play: One Playful Step At A Time
Playful Inquiry – Try This Anywhere
Hypnosis + Music = Hyp-Note-Therapy
Play Ball: The Anthropology of Baseball
The Decline of Play and Rise of Mental Disorders
Growing Minds by Growing School Gardens
Plays Well With Others: Using Improv Comedy to Become a Better Human
Mindplay to Expand Love in Your Life
“Talk: NJ as the next Silicon Valley”
“How to Build a Community, Told with Chalk”
Talk: “Coastal development — smarter than the storm?”
Erica Casriel: “Remapping the Self: Neuroscience Gets Personal”
Talk: “Self-Image: Caves to Selfies”
Talk: “Original people of the mid-Atlantic”
Talk: “Local Farms: from Brooklyn Rooftops to Navesink Estates”
Musical performance: “Ardvark Smile “
“Emergence of an alternate path”
Talk: “Innovation and New Jersey — Storied Past and Uncertain Future”
Talk: “Surprises about surfing in New Jersey”
Talk: “Asbury Park’s Rock (R)Evolution 1968-81”
Talk: “Innovation clusters and how to build them on the shore”
Talk: “Energy Exports: Good, Bad, Ugly, and What you Need to Know”
Talk: ‘Software development is the new home economics”
“Feminism isn’t dead, it’s gone viral!”
“Talk: Divided NJ from the Battle of Trenton”
Crossing the Delaware: 350 Years of New Jersey History
“Reinvention of a suburban mom”
Talk: “Democratizing innovation with open hardware”
Talk: “Our wild and industry-free ocean”
Talk: “Is sea level rising?”
Talk: “Dancing with Shiva (or Sandy, or Katrina):”
Artistic Director & Founder