Don't tell, but we have a secret...
Keeping secrets is hard, and we have been sitting on some big ones for a few months now. We have been really good about keeping it quiet, but we can't keep the secret any longer.
Come out to our March Salon to be the first to hear our secrets about TEDxGreenville 2016: Kaleidoscope. Mingle with some old friends, meet some new friends, and hear from a few of those who are speaking at the April 8 conference.
So come out to our March Salon to be the first to see our 2016 annual conference presenters!
Admission is free, but registration is required.
Cash Bar at 6:30 for networking and relationship building. Program begins promptly at 7:00.
Born in Jacksonville, Florida and a Clemson graduate of 2008, Meg first began watching TED Talks on the computer. Since her college career as a history major, she has always been drawn to stories, different viewpoints, and challenging ideas. It was during her time in Clemson that she first became aware of improvisational comedy, which now plays a tremendous role in her life.
In 2012, Meg co-founded Alchemy Comedy Theater in Greenville, which has expanded from four improvisors to more than sixty people in the company. One of her primary passions is education and she teaches improv courses in Alchemy’s training center as well as regional corporate workshops. In addition to the improvisation, she currently works as an actor, production assistant, and comedic writer for Cone of Shame, an informative video series on YouTube featuring great comedy and even better pet health advice. In addition to the videos, Meg travels internationally teaching improv workshops at veterinary conferences. This is her first time working with TEDx Greenville and she is thrilled to be a part of Kaleidoscope.
TEDxGreenvilleSalons are sponsored by Clemson MBA.
When & Where
TEDxGreenville was the first independently organized TEDx event in South Carolina. It all started in 2010 when a diverse, passionate group of TED enthusiasts from around the community came together with the singular goal of bringing an educational and inspirational TED-like experience to Upstate residents.
The TEDx Program is designed to help communities, organizations and individuals to spark conversation and connection through local TED-like experiences.
TEDx events are planned and coordinated independently, under a free license granted by TED.
Now in its eighth year, the TEDxGreenville movement ignites passions and builds bridges like never before, while highlighting the incredible people and organizations that make the Upstate of South Carolina one of the best places to live on the planet. Yep, we said it. Drop the mic.