"Fate" - a small word with complex consequences.
New speakers will take to the stage with only 20 slides x 20 seconds to discuss their views, their takes, their stories about Fate.
Doors at 7:00 PM / Show Begins at 7:30 PM
Ticket Link: http://bit.ly/2CoBVKz
Meet the Speakers:
Aristotle "Ari" Sarantis - Lawyer / Multi-Sport Athlete / Board of Directors - Calgary Marathon Society a.k.a. Run Calgary / Former Degenerate
Janel Snider - Janel is an opera singer and a conference manager - and she doesn't have an ass. One fateful event in her youth reshaped the trajectory of her adult life, changing how she moves through the world.
Linh Huynh - Refugee from Vietnam. North Pole and Antarctica marathoner, desert ultra-runner, culinary tourist, and collector of jaw-dropping moments.
Melissa Tierney - Community building, youth work and policy writing by day; climbing, dancing and exploring by night; epic backpacking trips on weekends. She miraculously survived falling 45 feet down a mineshaft in Colombia and landed on her feet with barely a scratch, which many people have called "divine intervention" or "fate".
John Do - John is a Chartered Accountant with a wealth of experience working with large organizations, teaching, and is the current President at Toast of the Town Toastmasters.
Rabbi Mark Glickman - Rabbi Glickman is the spiritual leader of Temple B'nai Tikvah, in Calgary.
Esmahan Razavi - Esmahan is a volunteer, activist and political junkie. She co-founded Ask Her, co-organized the 2018 Women’s March in YYC and was selected as one of Canada’s top 33 women in 2017 by Chatelain
Kellie Hampton - Kellie is an abstract expressionist painter. She has trekked through the Himalayan mountains of Nepal, rode a bicycle around Australia. A creative. An adventurer. Passionate about self expression.
Jan Batiuk -
When Jan worked in the organ and tissue donation field, she rediscovered her gifts as a Psychic Medium. Besides offering Mediumship readings, she's also a Reiki Master, Certified Sound Healer, Author.
Ari Agha - Ari is a researcher, writer, musician, and animal lover. An advocate of feminism, anti-racism, and trans rights, Agha blogs about gender, singing, and current events atwww.genderqueerme.com
PechaKucha Nights are now taking place in over 900 cities around the world. Drawing their name from the Japanese term for the sound of "chit chat," PechaKucha Nights are based on a simple presentation format: speakers present 20 slides each, for only 20 seconds per slide. It's a format that makes presentations concise and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.
Want to know more? Check out this awesome Avenue Magazine article: http://www.avenuecalgary.com/Things-to-Do/Five-Things-You-Should-Know-About-PechaKucha/