The team from TEDxBearCreekPark re-appears and presents its first event under its new banner, TEDxSurrey. Leveraging their experience from 3 highly successful past events, TEDxSurrey 2022 promises once again to be the premier TEDx event in western Canada.
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This in-person event will feature 12 speakers plus Energizers and Entertainers, all within a fast-moving, half-day schedule. Expect to be engaged and entertained, and to have your thinking shifted on today’s most important topics.
You’ll leave feeling inspired and equipped to make lasting changes wherever you live.
Think differently. Accomplish great things. Our world needs the best from you.
The search is on for the most transformative ideas, and the speakers who can boldly make them come alive. Our team is focused on finding the ideas our community needs to hear about now. Do you have one?
EMCEE & Program Coordinator
Noel is an award-winning speaker, comedian, emcee, and writer who specializes in educational and humourous presentations. His creative approach guarantees his audiences will experience something fresh, entertaining, and memorable. Noel also engages with his community through numerous volunteer programs in the arts and business.
That’s enough talking about ourselves.
Here’s what past attendees have had to say about TEDxSurrey [Formerly TEDxBearCreekPark].
TEDxSurrey is the successor organization to TEDxBearCreekPark. Our first event took place in 2019 with 100 attendees. Our 2020 event had an audience of over 900 at the beautiful Bell Performing Arts Centre. Due to the pandemic, our 2021 event was a virtual event and was viewed on over 3,000 screens in more than 30 countries.
This is our first event with the prestigious city-level name, TEDxSurrey. TED grants major city-level designations sparingly, and only to groups that have proven themselves capable of producing high-quality events.
LICENSEE & CURATOR
Alan is a retired school principal. He is a Distinguished Toastmaster and has twice qualified for the finals of the World Championships of Public Speaking. In 2016-2017 he was elected as the Toastmasters International District 21 Director, overseeing 150 clubs in southern B.C.
Alan has been deeply involved with TEDx for the past 4 years. In 2017-2018, he was the Curator for TEDxWhiteRock. He founded TEDxBearCreekPark in 2018 and has been the Licensee/Curator for the past three years.
Organizing TEDxBearCreekPark is a labour of love for Alan. It allows him to work with teams of dedicated volunteers who freely give their time to create an event of the highest quality. TEDxBearCreekPark has grown quickly from an audience of 100 in 2019 to an audience of over 900 in 2020.
Alan is so appreciative of our many partners who continue to support our efforts to make TEDxSurrey an outstanding event in our community.