TEDxYouth@Toronto 2012 is pleased to welcome our second round of speakers/performers! Andrew, Chris, Aziza and Rohit, thanks for joining us and welcome!
Applications are closing soon on Oct 20th (today!), so don’t miss out and apply today!
Aziza Chaouni is founding principal of Bureau E.A.S.T. and Aziza Chaouni Projects, and Assistant Professor at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. Her personal research is focused both on developing world design issues and on methodologies to integrate architecture and landscape, and more particularly through investigating the potential of green technologies in arid climates.
Andrew Chung [Performer]
Andrew “Pyro” Chung started showing interest in dancing at the age of 12, learning how to do hip-hop choreography from his older sister. From there Pyro discovered the art of street dancing and took on the art of popping at the age of 14, which he continuously strives to perfect. One year later, while still growing as a dancer, Pyro found a natural skill in the art of bboying which then became one of his other main art forms.
Chris Olah is a maker and aspiring mathematician. He is presently serving Hacklab Toronto as one of its directors and trying to make awesome things — in particular, a new open-source CAD program — as a Thiel Fellow.
Rohit is Founder & Principal at Antara Global Health Advisors, a Canadian-based consultancy that provides clients with global health expertise. He is a Doctor of Public Health candidate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Public Health Advisor & Principal Investigator at ColaLife, serves on the Advisory Board of Raising the Village, and is a member of the UN Innovation Working Group under the Every Woman, Every Child Initiative.