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Saturday, November 12 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Press A to Orate: Public Speaking for Beginners

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You have something important to say and we're here to help you say in front of entire crowds! Learn strategies and tips from experienced speakers on how to level up your presentation game.

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avatar for Chris Algoo

Chris Algoo

Co-Founder, Brooklyn Gamery
avatar for Becca Hallstedt

Becca Hallstedt

Freelance Concept Artist
Becca Hallstedt is a concept & texture artist residing in Chicago, IL finishing her Bachelor's at Columbia College Chicago. She has worked at Netherrealm Studios on Injustice 2, at High Voltage Software on Dragon Front and Damaged Core, and on a slew of smaller projects. She currently is freelancing stylized designs for multiple indie games, and she loves to speak about creativity, concept art, and encouraging youth and minorities to find their... Read More →
avatar for J. C. Holder

J. C. Holder

Owner, Biggest Robot Productions
Creator of Anthrotari, the queer furry visual novel set in the 90s Internet (http://www.anthrotari.com). | | Software developer. Game developer and producer. Co-author of Beautiful Senshi Hearts, the mahou shoujo tabletop roleplaying game Powered by the Apocalypse (http://bsh.moe).
avatar for Catt Small

Catt Small

Product Designer, Etsy
Catt is a product designer, game maker, and developer. She is currently making awesome things at Etsy. | | With a design career spanning over ten years, she has done design work for companies of all sizes including SoundCloud, Bedrocket, and Nasdaq. She started coding around the age of 10 and designing at the age of 15. In 2011, she graduated from SVA with a BFA in Graphic Design and later received an MS in Integrated Digital Media from... Read More →


Saturday November 12, 2016 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Panels B 6501A Conference Central Park East - 11 Times Square, New York, NY 10036

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