Gerald Duffy presents Fencing: The épéé– a love story.
Ana Skolnik explains her inseparable relationship with hula hooping and how her passion for it has grown throughout her life. From wanting to take the hoop everywhere she went, to street perfroming, to starring in a hula hoop documentary, to eventually starting up her own classes, to her hula hooping is so much more than a hobby or exercise, but an artist statement and way of life.
Often known for her entrepreneurial skills, Brigitte Sharpe takes us through a topic quite familliar to most. She speaks to us about how we're all capable of being atheletes in our own ways as we strategize, achieve, and work hard to push through together.
As a Baby Boomer and long-time advocate of exercising and getting the body moving, Kathy Freedlund shares her passion for HOPE: Helping Other People Exercise. It’s never too late to start a program for a better quality of life. Find your “fountain of youth.” Exercise!
Play is a necessary function of skill development. Joe Norskov has played and organized Ultimate for 15 years. During this time, he’s noticed a consistent and above average number of community minded, kind, and high achieving people play Ultimate. The sport develops problem solving, work ethic, good health, and conscientiousness. Joe believes that the sport attracts and shapes individuals to be better humans.
As a PowerPoint Cynic and Director of Planning and Development, Anne Fadullon presents a PowerPoint about the agency she leads, the great work she and her team do, and who knows what else! Because as she took the podium at PechaKucha Night Baton Rouge Vol. X, she had never seen these slides in this order. In other words, as she put it, "I’m about to wing it. And I’m not joking…”