TEDxWaltham’s live event, on the theme of Going Places -- Outside, will be held Saturday, June 12, at the AstraZeneca R&D Boston BioHub in Waltham, Massachusetts, featuring original talks on topics ranging from food insecurity to racial equality to maintaining healthy posture.
Talks were curated from over 100 applicants, and chosen for bringing a fresh perspective to topics that are important for the city and beyond. The speaker lineup includes NBC Universal Boston’s Chris Wayland, Healthy Waltham’s Myriam Michel, Belmont Day School’s Carlos Hoyt, Alexander Technique expert Ariel Weiss, and small business coach and podcaster Tara McMullin.
“After the challenging year we’ve all faced and having to postpone our 2020 live event because of the pandemic, we are excited to once again be able to bring life and voice to topics and ideas that may not otherwise ever be heard -- and to share these ideas with the local community," organizer Pangi Johnson said.
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The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tickets are sold out.