Speakers - TEDxMEC 2018
Clifin Francis, former MECian gained attention from media worldwide when he cycled all the way to Russia, to watch the world Cup. The 28 year old ardent football fan, is also interested in travel journaling. At TEDxMEC, he promises to regale his experiences from the trip and through them teach us how to improvise, adapt and overcome.
Jessica, has worn many hats! She is a passionate cognitive skills and performance enhancement trainer, has over 2 decades of experience in diverse professional roles. She has worked in the Hospitality, Aviation, Banking and Civil Services among other domain industries, both in India and United Kingdom. An internationally Certified Life Coach, Train the Trainer & Image and Colour Consultant. An awardee from the Institute of Communications, United Kingdom. Jessica is an animal lover and passionate traveller. She firmly believes in Audrey Hepburn’s quote – ‘Nothing is impossible, for in it is I’m possible’.
Bruce Lee Mani
Pop music tells you everything is OK. Rock music tells you that it's not OK, but you can change it. Back when Rock music was alien to us, Bruce Lee Mani made a phenomenal mark by bringing it within our grasps. Hear the Pioneer of Indian Rock bare his soul on his remarkable journey from the realm of teaching to a world of music.
In this fast moving world where people get busier by the minute, we often forget to take a break and just relax Follow one of Kerala’s most charismatic young actors as he speaks about following ones passion and taking the time to laugh.
The world is more interconnected now than it's ever been before. A new infection can infect millions across the world in days. We recently got a glimpse with the recent Nipah outbreak. Book Your seats now at tedxmec.in to hear Dr T P Rajagopal one of the first responders of the Nipah outbreak speak about how modern medicine is improvising and adapting to overcome pandemics.
Playing guitar since the age of 10, Achyuth's breakthrough as a musician came in the island of Bali, Indonesia where he performed for over 2 years as a solo fingerstyle guitarist as well as with his band 'Nasi Campur', spreading big smiles and positive vibes. He has been part of The Raghu Dixit Project (2015-17), and has toured extensively nationally and internationally, playing over 250 concerts across India and countries like the UK, Sri Lanka, USA, Canada, Spain, Indonesia, Singapore and Bhutan. He's a founder member and guitarist/ banjo player of When Chai Met Toast, a neo folk band that is making waves across the country for it's unique sound.