LO Speaks - 2/3
The youth are only a portion of our population, but they are 100% of our future. Come listen to our youth, as well as influential adults shaping their lives, voice their ”Untold Stories” at Lake Oswego’s first ever conference of great ideas, LO Speaks. The TED-style event will range from the lessons learned by traveling the world, to teen implicit abuse. Some featured speakers will be: Oregonian Columnist Steve Duin, Lakeridge high school sophomore and published author, Claire Fennell; and LOHS Spanish teacher, Ian Reeves. Presented by Youth Leadership Council. Lakeridge High School Auditorium, 1235 Overlook Dr.
10:10 am: Wrong Turns: Finding Answers for Chronic Autoimmune Disorders
Claire Fennell, published author and LOSD student
10:25 am: In Livable Cities is the Preservation of the Wild
Mike Houck, Executive Director, Urban Greenspaces Institute
10:40 am: Money, The Next Generation, and Changing the World
Amy Pearl, Executive Director, Hatch Innovation
11:00-11:20 am: Concessions Break.
Concessions help cover costs for the Youth Leadership Council trip to the National League of Cities Conference in Washington D.C.
11:25 am: How Not to Chop Down a Tree
Ian Reeves, Spanish Teacher, LOSD
11:40 am: Stories of Victory: A Look Inside Oregon's Only School for Children and Teens with Autism
Tricia Hasbrook, Executive Director & Thea Schreiber, Co-Founder and Director, Victory Academy
11:55 am: In Misadventure, Too
Steve Duin, Columnist, The Oregonian
12:10 pm: Speaker Q&A
Each speaker will share a 10 minute story or life lesson on various topics not commonly discussed. Moderators from the Youth Leadership Council will tie in each topic with some of the themes present in the 2018 LO Reads selection, Good Morning, Midnight. Join the Youth Council for an engaging morning of diverse speakers, conversation, and thought-provoking untold stories!