TEDx Greenville August Salon: Shift Happens August 20th

Friday, August 16, 2013
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Join us as the shift hits the fans… that is, fans of new ways to look at the brain and how our neurological pathways can make better connections for us internally and externally. This is heady stuff, y’all.

Presenters
Dede Norungolo
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
Dede graduated from East Tennessee State University (’89) with a degree in journalism and she’s been sharing stories ever since. Whether she is marketing hospital systems, promoting the work of friends or spending time talking about her family, the Greenville, S.C., native is always looking for the moments that make life fun and funny. As a certified rehabilitation counselor (USC, ’08), she seeks to help others create experiences that will carry them toward their goals and propel them on the journey that is life.

Ingrid Sthare, CTLC
Board Certified Life Coach
Ingrid enjoys creating a vision using the positive emotional pathway of the brain and nervous system. In addition to being a Certified Transformational Life Coach, she is a Board-Certified Coach. Ingrid enjoys working with couples in relationships as well as with individuals. She is interested in relating how self-esteem helps one in realizing their ambitions, particularly as it relates to creative forces. Ingrid appreciates creative people, especially those who have yet to unleash their creativity.

Vicy L. Wilkinson, MA, CTLC, BCC
Certified Transformational Life Coach, Speaker, Teacher, Philosopher, Writer, Hula Hooper, Rower, Swimmer, Yogini
All of those letters behind her name mean she’s pretty hot stuff, in our opinion. Specializing in Brain-based Coaching, Creativity Coaching (for Creating a High Performance Business Culture), Finding Meaning in Life Transitions, and Grief & Loss.
Vicy studied chemistry, English literature, writing, and philosophy (in that order) while completing a BA in Philosophy at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, and then decided to try her hand at “the corporate world” for a while. She worked in telecommunications in Atlanta, Boston, and Amsterdam for several years, and was offered a “dream job” in telecom and an opportunity to relocate to Europe, but she knew this was an important “fork in the road” for her. She could either follow the money or make the hard choice of following her heart. She chose her heart. She turned down the big contract and went to graduate school to study Philosophy of Science and Mind at University of Durham, England.

TEDx Greenville Salons sponsored by Bon Secours St. Francis Health System
Curated by the super cool Salon Squad Volunteers

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