We see you, we hear you, Ignite Seattle
The Ignite series started in Seattle in 2006. Each event gives you the chance to talk about something that inspires you, for 5 minutes, on a stage in front of hundreds of strangers. Their motto is “enlighten us, but make it quick!”
Ignite Seattle 30 featured the following talks:
- "Fantastic Bees and Where To Find Them," Nicolette Neumann
- "How To Gig Economy,' Sarah Squire
- "Tiny Particles Can Change The World," Charlie Corredor
- "Hack Mentorship with Twitter," Emily Carrion
- "I am Your Muslim Neighbor," Amanda Saab
- "An Engineer’s Guide to Being a Foster Parent," Kevin Moore
- "The Skin We Live In," Fes Naqvi
- "That’s What He Said," Katie Chase
- "What If Life Were Like Stock Photography?" Jesse Baker
- "Slang is The Mother of Invention," Remington Purnell
- Preparing to Write a Novel in a Month, Erica McGillvray
- The World’s Smartest House?, Ian Mercer
- How Chefs Save The Planet, Jonathan Merrill
- Bluefin Tuna are Badass Fish, Mark Vande Kamp
- Why The World Hates Millennials, Cameron Barnes
- Landing the Job I Never Wanted, Tammarrian Rogers
Ignite Seattle 30 took place on May 26 at Town Hall Seattle. The emcee was Scott Berkun. You can submit an idea for a talk for the next Ignite Seattle at their website.
Please note: This recording contains language of an adult nature.
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