Meet our TEDxPeacePlaza 2016 event organizers:
Glenn Fajardo, Curator
Glenn Fajardo works on international partnership and program development for TechSoup Global, a nonprofit social enterprise founded on the belief that technology can be a powerful enabler for greater social change. Formally trained in nuclear engineering sciences and public policy, Glenn is also a musician who plays electric bass in two rock bands. @muzzygator
Jen Low, Program Development
Jen Low is a Community Advocate at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus for the Immigrant Rights Program. She primarily works with ASPIRE (Asian Students Promoting Immigrant Rights through Education), an immigrant rights advocacy space for undocumented API youth. In her free time, Jen can be found volunteering for human rights causes, working with refugee families from Burma, and singing in a rock band.@jlowoutspoken
Deland Chan, Program Development
Deland Chan teaches in the Program on Urban Studies at Stanford University and is the co-founder of the Stanford Human Cities Initiative. She teaches fun classes at the Stanford d.school, most recently Design for Everyday Social Good, Designing for Communities at Play, and Creative Tools for Urban Spaces. In her free time, you can find her riding on a bike in Beijing, holding class on a bus or train, and exploring new neighborhoods with her students.
Udayan Sinha, Speaker Coordinator
Jennifer Choi, Communications & Emcee
Jennifer Choi is Founder and Champion of Communication at Bon Intent, a boutique communications consultancy. She is also the host and creator of the Cup of Comms podcast, where listeners can tune in and fill their cup with communications advice, one great conversation at a time. In her free time, she laughs at funny cat photos. @jennmchoi
We’d also like to thank New People, our co-sponsor for TEDxPeacePlaza 2016. Please show this wonderful venue some love!