Image of Nashville Mayor Karl Dean very early in the morning prior to the start of the 2015 Nashville Country Music Marathon and 1/2 Marathon. Mayor Dean is very engaged with the community not only as the second term Mayor, but community leader.
Today was a special day as I shared about my journey with photography, having passion for life and doing business in Nashville as part of a Hillsboro High School job shadow. I went through the life cycle of setting up headshots, post production and final output. My awesome friend Matthew A. Simms at AMP: Advocate Marketing & Print showed the process of craftsmanship, digital printing and excellence in the marketplace. Special thanks to students Mary Cayten Brakefield, David Feng and librarian Joyce Claassen (not pictured) and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce for this opportunity to speak encouragement into our next generation of leaders for Nashville.
Dr. Turner Nashe Jr has built several businesses around proprietary digital delivery systems. These systems provide relevant content to schools, correctional facilities and health care providers. He has worked with firms in the private and public sector as well as governmental entities. His work has attracted firms from start up technology firms to the Fortune 500. His inventions have created innovative solutions for emerging eco-systems that are revolutionizing traditional approaches to delivery of educational content and performance verification within secure facilities. #TEDxNashville @Dr_Nashe
Alphachimp scribe: Lost in Plain Sight
Sally Taylor is an artist and the daughter of rock legends James Taylor and Carly Simon. Sally formed her own record label and ambitiously produced and recorded three albums (Tomboy Bride, Apt #6S and Shotgun). She and a 5-piece band toured 180 days of the year between 1998-2003. Retiring from the road at 30, she began teaching at Berklee College of Music and in 2012, she founded Consenses, a global, multidisciplinary, artistic collaboration involving 140 artists from around the world. It is Consenses’ mission to promote tolerance, empathy, creativity and peace by providing art as a language and a lens through which to see ourselves, each other and our world more compassionately and expansively. #TEDxNashville @ConsensesArt
Alphachimp scribe: The Beautiful Dilemma of Our Separateness
Such a joy last week to capture Peddinghaus Corporation's appreciation event for their global partners. This fourth generation company serves the steel construction, plate fabrication, and metal working industries with the most innovative equipment on the market. Pictured here is CEO Anton Peddinghaus with Larry The Cable Guy backstage. More images at: http://www.kerrywoophotography.com/event_photography
Chris Crumbly manages the Space Launch System (SLS) Program’s Spacecraft/Payload Integration and Evolution Office, located at Marshall. In this capacity, he is responsible for managing the development of SLS spacecraft and payload interfaces, as well as technical innovations that will increase the performance and decrease the cost of America’s next-generation heavy-lift rocket for human and scientific exploration beyond Earth’s orbit. #TEDxNashville @NASA_SLS
Alphachimp scribe: The Journey to Mars: Trains, Time-Travel, and the Trek to Mars
Through the literary and performing arts, Southern Word offers creative solutions for youth to build literacy and presentation skills, reconnect to their education and to their lives, and act as leaders in the improvement of their communities. Due to the dedication of participating youth, their mentors, and the organization; poets and leaders emerge from the school residencies, after school workshops, and events executed in pursuit of this mission. #TEDxNashville
The Belmont Percussion Ensemble is comprised primarily of graduate and undergraduate percussion majors from the School of Music. The purpose of the ensemble is to provide students with an opportunity to explore the world of chamber music through modern percussion composition. Performance repertoire ranges from mainstream percussion ensemble standards to new compositions and premieres. Stylistically, the ensemble covers a wide range of material featuring compositions from classical, jazz, rock, and world music categories. #TEDxNashville
Jenna Jordan is an assistant professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her current book manuscript focuses on the leadership decapitation of terrorist organizations. Using an original database of over 800 instances of leadership attacks, case studies, and a social network analysis of al-Qaeda, the book evaluates the efficacy of leadership targeting as a counterterrorism strategy. She has also conducted research on population transfers, attachment to territory, suicide terrorism, organizational splintering, social network analysis of clandestine organizations, Pakistani political violence, illicit nuclear trade, and international relations theory. #TEDxNashville
Alphachimp scribe: Leadership Targeting of Terrorist Organizations