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April 21 & 22
Marines' Memorial Theater
The Hero Round Table is the only conference in the world dedicated entirely to talking about heroism and the people performing heroic deeds. The event invites people from very different backgrounds and walks of life. Like in the famous TED conferences, the speakers present short talks to communicate their core message. Hero Round Table speakers also spend time with the audience by having lunch together, grabbing a drink, and signing books.
This landmark San Francisco event is being run in partnership with the Heroic Imagination Project. The Hero Round Table has a long relationship with HIP - the very first HRT featured HIP founder, Phil Zimbardo, and presented HIP with a prize for great work in promoting heroism.
As well as being a true partner in the running of the event, the Heroic Imagination Project will be running a full-day workshop the day after the Hero Round Table.
All confirmed speakers as of April 9th.
Hero of the French train terror attack
Holocaust survivor and psychologist
Whistleblower - The Pentagon Papers
Founder of the Heroic Imagination Project.
Two-time everyday hero
Director of the CCARE at Stanford
Crisis Management Consultant
Founder of United Playaz
Director of Campaigns and Organizing for Equal Justice USA
Science Director at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center
Founder of Pick Your Platform & Raise Your Voice
Leading researcher on occupational burnout
Creator of viral TED-Ed video "What Makes a Hero?"
Educational Outreach Coordinator at wikiHow
Author and trainer
Artist, curator, producer
Traditional dancer & storyteller
Founder of the Giraffe Heroes Project
Whistleblower from Countrywide
Model Mugging Instructor
Co-founder of Hero Town Geelong
Educator at Edutopia
Singer and songwriter
CEO and a founder of Parkour Generations
Author and podcaster of The Hero Forge
Professor of Political Science
Author and Speaker
Zeno Franco, Melissa Shaffer, Ellie Jacques, Taylor Langley