Update! The recorded talks from our TEDx conference are now available. Enjoy!
Once again, Cushing’s student-run TEDx event was a wonderful success and a huge achievement for all involved. This year’s speakers focused on the theme “Growing Pains” and shared their ideas through the use of personal stories, research, and images.
Cushing's TEDx was streamed live from Cowell Chapel on Sunday, Apr. 2, 2017. If you missed it, you'll find links to the recorded talks next to each speaker's name.
Many thanks to this year's organizer, Yashi Thakurani ’18, the many individuals behind the scenes, and of course our speakers.
Founder of FEM Marketing
"Churning Ideas into Action"
Alex Moroch is a content leader in the Los Angeles community for all things related to social impact, beauty, and sports marketing. Her career started in Media Planning for the QSR giant, McDonald's, overseeing digital media for the greater southwest region. Today, her agency’s services include, but are not limited to: strategy, content creation, media planning and buying, and analytical reporting.
"Saving the Environment from Consumerism"
Breton Lorway is a four-year senior at Cushing Academy, and a day student from Princeton, Mass. Being from a small woodsy town, she’s grown up learning to love the earth, and this conference provides her the chance to voice this passion. Breton hopes to further her relationship with the earth by majoring in environmental studies in college.
Cushing Science Teacher
"The Chemistry of Happiness"
Mary Frances Hanover is a new faculty member at Cushing Academy. She is an active TED talk listener and was honored and grateful to be asked to be part of one herself. She is a lifelong science enthusiast and has always been an advocate for venturing outside of your comfort zone and expanding your scope of knowledge. She thoroughly enjoyed exploring and learning about the chemistry of happiness and hopes to implement her new found knowledge into her own life habits.
Cushing English Teacher
"Memory and Loss: Surmounting our Nostalgic Impulse"
Tyler Kolle is currently a member of the English faculty at Cushing Academy. He holds an academic and personal fascination with our human impulse to reanimate the past.