TEDxCibeles, Teotro Goya, Madrid ( Entrada en progreso)
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Bajo el lema "Common people, outstanding ideas" se convocó la segunda edición de TEDxCibeles. Ronald Martínez, uno de los organizadores nos envió un correo hace meses atrás para invitarnos nuevamente a retratar a sus ponentes y un poco el ambiente.
Los TEDx, son eventos en los que personas con ideas extraordinarias son invitadas para compartir,en tan solo 18 minutos, aquello que les apasiona.
Es una organización sin fines de lucro. LAs conferencias reunen personas en las áreas de Tecnología, Entretenimiento y Diseño, temas considerados fundamentales en el modelamiento del futuro.Participamos bajo la figura de Entretenimiento.
Este año Dibujo A Domicilio en un arrebato de ilusión diseño unas postales para obsequiar a la vez que promocionar la actividad, entre los mas de 500 participantes!! Este insentivo se recompenzó cuando ellos en respuesta a nuestra acción potenciaron la idea: Modificaron el programa de mano y reservaron, un espacio en la parte posterior del programa para la postal que podía ser retirada con facilidad para ser utilizada. Al sacarla de este espacio te encontrabas con la frase " ideas worth sharing"
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|Maqueta de la postal|
para ver todo el álbum aquí!
En el evento estuvieron (Calcado de la web de TEDX)
Tony is Vice President and Servant of Movement121, a social innovation
company whose vision is to transform the lives of 1,000,000
people trapped in unfathomable poverty to become self-sustaining.
After 10 years of corporate development experience, Tony finally took the
leap and pursued his passion for social entrepreneurship.
He launched four social-integrated ventures within seven years, one of
which was acquired in 2009. Tony loves working on digital/social strategies
and considers his sweet spot to be “kingdom entrepreneurship for
kids” – building businesses that make a lasting impact on our world’s children. T
ony earned a B.S. of chemical engineering from Cornell University and an MBA in marketing and strategy
from the Kellogg School of Management.
Melamed is an Economist, Gestalt Psychotherapist and
Adventure Based Consultant. He has worked ten years as a
lecturer, facilitator and workshop speaker for organizations in
Venezuela, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica and the United States.
The doctors that attended his birth said he would not live, and he lived.
They also said he would not speak, and today he speaks professionally
in front of masses. They said he would not be able to hike mountains
or go long distances, and in 2006, he climbed the 16,427 feet
high snow-capped Bolivar Peak in Venezuela and he ran the 2012
New York City Marathon in 15 hours and 22 minutes. “If you dream it,
make it happen” is the motto that defines his way of living. Maickel
Melamed has achieved great success by creating strategies to transform
weakness or crises into opportunities, to approach life with strength and
alternatives to be productive.
Named one of the top ten “eco-heroes” of the planet by the UK’s
Independent and lauded as the “environmental messenger” by Vanity Fair,
Simran Sethi is an award-winning journalist and associate professor
at the University of Kansas, where she teaches courses on sustainability
and social media for social change. Sethi is the founder and curator
of the website Metamorphose, an interdisciplinary exploration of the
personal and cultural dimensions of transformation. Simran is the
contributing author of “Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy,”
winner of the bronze 2008 Axiom Award for Best Business Ethics Book.
She has written about sustainability for Huffington Post, Metropolis
Magazine, Oprah.com and the Guggenheim Museum. Simran
is the former environmental correspondent for NBC News in the
and was a frequent guest on the “The Oprah Winfrey Show”
and “The Today Show.” She has spoken about sustainability
in China, France and throughout the United States at
institutions ranging from the Commonwealth Club to
Cornell University; keynoted conferences including the
140 Character Conference, the Green Business Conference
and the North American Association For Environmental
Education conference; and moderated panels for the White House sustainability symposium
GreenGov and Clinton Global Initiative University.Simran is committed to a redefinition of
environmentalism that includes voices from urban centers and rural communities.
Nuria Perez Paredes
Muchika Wadongo (born 11 March 1986) is the Chairman and
Executive Director of Sustainable Development For All-Kenya (S.D.F.A-Kenya);
a non-governmental organization. Mr. Wadongo has a Bsc. In Electronic and
Computer Engineering from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and
Technology. During his childhood, Mr. Wadongo lived with his family in r
ural western Kenya, walking several kilometers to school each day.
His home and school had no electricity and he used kerosene lamps
for lighting.Mr. Wadongo invented a solar lamp dubbed ‘MwangaBora®
‘(Swahili for better light) in 2004; as a way to address poor education,
climate change, health and poverty in rural areas in Kenya. He named
the entire program: ‘Use Solar, Save Lives’. Mr. Wadongo was the founding
Chairman of S.D.F.A-Kenya in 2006. SDFA-Kenya adopted ‘Use Solar,
Save Lives’ program as its main focus. S.D.F.A-Kenya works in all
regions in Kenya and is piloting in Malawi.Mr. Wadongo is a CNN top
ten hero for 2010, a winner of the inaugural Mikhail Gorbachev Award and
the Social Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2011 by Schwab Foundation.
He was also named among 20 Men who will shape the next 20 years by
UK’s Esquire magazine in 2011. S.D.F.A-Kenya is also a SEED award
winner by UNEP/UNDP in 2011. Mr. Wadongo was among the finalists of
the inaugural Innovation Prize for Africa in 2012. He has also been
selected as an Olympic Torch Bearer at the 2012 London Olympics. Mr. Wadongo has been featured in
most major international and local media channels and has been a mentor and speaker in schools, colleges and
international conferences in several countries.
Finn Kydland is the Jeffrey Henley Professor of Economics at
the University of California, Santa Barbara, and 2004 Nobel Laureate
in Economic Sciences. Professor Kydland received his B.A. from the
Norwegian School of Economics (abbreviated NHH in Norwegian),
and his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). After previous
appointments at NHH, CMU, and the University of Texas at Austin, he
joined the UCSB faculty in 2004, where he is also the director of the
Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance. He is an Adjunct Professor
at CMU, NHH, and University of Stavanger, and a Research Associate for
the Federal Reserve Banks of Dallas and St. Louis.
Professor Kydland was awarded the Nobel Prize jointly with Professor Edward
Prescott of Arizona State University. Professors Kydland and Prescott received
the Nobel Prize for their research on business cycles and macroeconomic
policy, specifically, the driving forces behind business cycles and
the time inconsistency of economic policy. More recently, Professor
Kydland has conducted research on the role of monetary policy in the
aggregate economy, domestically as well as internationally. In the housing
arena, empirically residential investment leads the cycle significantly in some
nations, but not in others. How is this regularity related to the nature of
mortgage contracts in the respective countries, in particular to the relative
prevalence of fixed versus flexible nominal interest rates? Finally, Professor Kydland has studied Ireland and Argentina
with the idea in mind that there is a lot for other nations’ policymakers to learn from the respective successes
and failures of these two nations.
Juan Jimenez Rocabert
Ramon Jimenez Rocabert, Civil Engineer by the UPM, Expert in Signature
Electronic Billing for CEPADE (UPM) and Executive MBA from the EOI.
I have worked in companies related to construction as a calculist, commercial,
Project Manager and Regional Manager. I have participated in the construction of
more than fifty bridges all around Spain, highlighting the bridges Round South of
Talavera and the Third Millennium Bridge at Expo Zaragoza 2008.My continuos
training process allows me to develop my passion for new technologies and put
it into practice improving the inner workings of the companies where I worked.
Currently, I work as technical – commercial in “Castelo Soluciones Estructurales” an
entrepreneurial company of construction and also I am developing several personal
projects related to education (cadasegundocuenta) and industry of Iberian ham (7@s).
Marcello Girone Daloli
As a graduate in marketing & management, he worked on advertising marketing and TV
holding positions in Milan, Barcelona & New York (on Pepsi-Cola).Driven by a need to search
and a passion for the mountains he changed his life and moved for one year on the Himalayas.
from Asia he has alternated between philosophic and religious studies in Italy and taking trips-pilgrimages
to tackle the issue of different customs and traditions: from the Path of Santiago de Compostela
to Patagonia, from an Orthodox monastery in Greece to a jeans factory in Bangalore, from the Andes
to Zimbabwe, from Russia to the Atlantic ocean on a cargo ship.In his travel
diaries it is expressed the spiritual and social values of his experiences. In 2006 created
the humanitarian “Zimbabwe Emergency-Dam Project” in order to
give water to the St. Albert Hospital, Centenary Zimbabwe and has been managing and promoting
the project since its inception.In 2010 has been published Indian Jeans, the diary of this
experience in Bangalore. He currently divides his time between Ferrara, Pre Saint Didier (Mont Blanc)
and many cities where he gives conferences, classes and lectures about the effects on the Western
lifestyle of marketing, television and globalization. He share his experiences in the hope of contributing
to new reflections and promote a different use of communication strategies for better purposes.
Catalina Hoffman is CEO and founder member of franchise net Vitalia Centros de Día. She is graduated in PDD of IESE Business School of Navarra University. She has studied Occupational Therapy and is specialist in cognitive
stimulation. She is positioned as professional reference in the old age sector; Catalina Hoffman is a regular collaborator in different social communication media, generalist and the old age sector. Her presence emphasizes in TV as member of a social gathering in the heath’s program “+VIVIR” in Intereconomía TV. Anyway, she is member as AMADE vice president (Dependence Attention of Madrid Association), it’s belong to a Day Care Centres Commission and coordinator of Communication Area. The same way, she is member of Editorial Council of Senda Group and she belongs the TOP TEN of CEO.In 2004, Catalina Hoffman opened the first Vitalia Day Care Centre in Madrid, based in her formation and professional experience working in the old age and after watching the need growth in the old age care. With Vitalia has born a new care system and individualized attention at the old people which takes into account the physics, psychics, cognitive and social sides which affects at the person.
The experience and format in the old people care of Catalina Hoffman, has let to have an exhaustive knowledge about problems and needs of the old people to create the treatment own program, the HOFFMANN’S METHOD, about what is based the entire Vitalia Day Care Centres running.