TEDxEvansville Unveils Speaker Lineup

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The lineup includes Ivy Tech Community College President Sue Ellspermann. The lineup includes Ivy Tech Community College President Sue Ellspermann.
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Organizers of TEDxEvansville 2017 have announced the speaker lineup for the October event. The 11 speakers will make presentations based on this year's theme of "Grow." The event is set for October 27 at the University of Southern Indiana.

This year's speakers are:

Jason Burton, a software developer and host of Evansville Podcast
Camea Davis, a poet, educator and educational researcher
Christopher DeSchamp, director of customer solutions at Vectren Corp.
Paul K. Doss, professor of Geology at the University of Southern Indiana 
Sue Ellspermann, president of Ivy Tech Community College and former lieutenant governor
Trent Engbers, a college educator and nonprofit consultant
Sarah Kluemper, talent acquisition sourcer at OneMain Financial
Ryan Stephen Loehrlein, student trainee at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane
Mark Logan, a surgeon with Midwest Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
Ben Trockman, community outreach and employment specialist for Old National Bank
Lisa Wube, former college basketball player and current program service director for Evansville's Department of Parks and Recreation

TEDxEvansville 2017 runs from 12:00-5:00 p.m. Friday, October 27 at the University of Southern Indiana's Performance Center. You can find more information by clicking here.

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