Looking forward to seeing you Thursday, October 3rd for another great TEDx evening at the Yakima Valley Museum!
An evening broadly exploring the theme in unexpected ways!
Doors open at 6:00 pm, event starts at 7:00 pm
Tickets purchased at the door: $10 general admission, $5 for students of any age and for seniors. Season tickets: $20 standard admission for three events. $10 senior and students of any age. No charge for volunteers. See you then!
Follow link to our next event page: https://www.ted.com/tedx/events/35227
Corey's career began working for Disney where he hosted live and on-camera productions, including the company's largest annual philanthropic event, Flashback. After opening a cause marketing, he created Children's Miracle Network Hospital's first national in-school campaign, and then, the first-ever, network/studio focused, cause marketing service. His Glee Give a Note became 20th Century Fox's most successful marketing campaign to date. Corey successfully lobbied congress for a resolution establishing National Music In Schools Week and then launched his own entertainment marketing agency. Corey has worked extensively with government officials and NGO's to develop conservation programs in Uganda and the Galapagos Islands. Moving back to Washington State and transitioning to agriculture, he has partnered with animal sciences professor/applied geneticist, Frank Hendrix, whose groundbreaking genetic marker discovery has led to the world's first, DNA based certifications.
Linda is the founding director of Community SEEDS, a 501c3 nonprofit developing social enterprise that includes adults who have autism and other intellectual and physical disabilities. She has a degree in psychology with a concentration in sociology. Linda has worked in the field of developmental disability for 11 years with The Arc of Yakima County and Community SEEDS and has worked in nonprofit organizations over her entire career, except for a one-year stint at Flint Publishing where she was editor of the Yakima Valley Business Journal and contributing writer at the Toppenish Review/Independent. At the Review Independent she wrote a weekly column titled Fox Tales. During the year at Flint publishing, Linda placed second in the State in the Community Papers category for humor columns at the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association.