TEDxHonolulu is out in the community gathering your stories and sharing “Ideas Worth Spreading”…


Look for TEDxHonolulu lead curator Genesis Leong and her team at upcoming community events. Stop by our booth and say hello, and learn about our TEDxHonolulu 2016 FLOW conference on July 9, 2016. You can get your tickets here.


June 18, 3p-9pm at SALT Kakaako at Honolulu Night Market

June 24, 3pm-9pm at Eat The Street

June 25, 12pm – 5pm at Honolulu Mini Maker Fair at ‘Iolani School, Sullivan Center for Innovation

TEDxHonolulu will be hosting a booth recording stories from Hawaii’s community of makers at the Third Annual Honolulu Mini Maker Faire on June 25 at ‘Iolani School.  This new project is in partnership with StoryCorps, the international program “dedicated to preserving and sharing humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.”

StoryCorps founder Dave Isay is a TED Prize winner, and in 2015 used the $1 million TED Prize to launch the StoryCorps App, an all-new tool for collecting the wisdom of humanity.

STORYcorpsAPPBe sure to stop by the TEDxHonolulu booth and share your story! And stay tuned for more events where you can learn about our TEDxHonolulu 2016 conference FLOW, which will be held on July 9, 2016. You can get your tickets here.

We’ll see you soon!


GENESISsmallHEADSHOTGenesis Leong is License Holder & Lead Curator of TEDxHonolulu. She’s a special events coordinator for large scale community events focused on cutting-edge technology, social justice advocacy and community development. Her leadership has created heightened awareness and increased resources for a wide range of projects for clients including University of Hawai‘i System/Hawai‘i State Department of Health, Technology News Bytes/Emerging New Media and Equality Hawai‘i Foundation, among others.