Category Archives: TEDxChange 2013

Positive Disruption Q&A: Melinda Gates and Chris Anderson on TEDx as a Force for Change

Next Wednesday April 3rd, Melinda Gates hosts TEDxChange: Positive Disruption at the Gates Foundation Campus in Seattle, Washington. The event will be livestreamed to 200 TEDx events around the world. In advance of the event, Melinda and TED curator Chris

Positive Disruption Q&A: Melinda Gates and Chris Anderson on TEDx as a Force for Change

Next Wednesday April 3rd, Melinda Gates hosts TEDxChange: Positive Disruption at the Gates Foundation Campus in Seattle, Washington. The event will be livestreamed to 200 TEDx events around the world. In advance of the event, Melinda and TED curator Chris

Live from Seattle

Live from Seattle TEDxChange will broadcast live from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation campus. Take a look at these great photos of the campus and the beautiful city of Seattle!

Live from Seattle

Live from Seattle TEDxChange will broadcast live from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation campus. Take a look at these great photos of the campus and the beautiful city of Seattle!

“Be the change …

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

“Be the change …

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

Why should you attend a TEDxChange event near you ?

TEDxChange, taking place this Wednesday and hosted by Melinda Gates, will focus on the power of “Positive Disruption” to activate change in the world — the small (or big) disruptions to our everyday lives that force us to look at

Why should you attend a TEDxChange event near you ?

TEDxChange, taking place this Wednesday and hosted by Melinda Gates, will focus on the power of “Positive Disruption” to activate change in the world — the small (or big) disruptions to our everyday lives that force us to look at

Theme: Positive Disruption

Disruption is usually unwelcome. It represents conflict, chaos, and potential danger. We discourage disruptive behavior in our homes and our societies, often favoring passivity and compliance. But disruption can be a positive – sometimes vital – catalyst for change. It

Theme: Positive Disruption

Disruption is usually unwelcome. It represents conflict, chaos, and potential danger. We discourage disruptive behavior in our homes and our societies, often favoring passivity and compliance. But disruption can be a positive – sometimes vital – catalyst for change. It