Translator: Milton Haynes Reviewer: Maddalena Bruno As a child I was pretty ambitious. I was sure I would grow up and change the world. There were so many things to be done and ways to do them, people to reach and lives to transform. All these endless possibilities. This was a thrilling prospect for me.
(Audience cheering) – You brought gifts! – I know. – Hi, everybody. – I brought, I brought gifts. – You brought gifts, that’s so kind. – Here’s one for you. – One for me, okay. – And one for you JoJo, it has an extra, extra big bow. – Jason one for you. – [Kelly]
[ELECTRONIC MUSIC] [APPLAUSE] You teach girls to shrink themselves, to make themselves smaller. We say to girls you can have ambition but not too much. You should aim to be successful but not too successful otherwise you will threaten the man. We raise girls to see each other’s competitors not for jobs or for accomplishments,
Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Hello everyone. I’m Sam, and I just turned 17. A few years ago, before my freshman year in High School, I wanted to play snare drum in the Foxboro High School Marching Band, and it was a dream that I just had to accomplish. But each snare drum
Translator: Rea Bedalli Reviewer: Saúl Chinchilla Good afternoon, My name is Suresh Jayakar, and I am a user experience designer. I work at a local agency called Kluge. Today, I’m excited to talk to you about design and design thinking. Design thinking is a process, a way to solve problems. We’re naturally taught to take