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Ole Børseth

Now I am a confident and hardworking Norwegian, when I was 19 not so much.
Here is my story:

One day in November, I agreed to hold a speech in front of 250-300 people. I was so nervous from the day I said yes to the day I would hold the speech, that I almost couldn't sleep. I studied, practiced and honed my skills until I felt I had control. When the day came, I still felt nervous, and when the announcer said my name I felt my hands starting to sweat and my knees starting to feel like jelly.

I went up to the podium, started to talk, and then - 30 seconds in - I choked. I stood in front of all those people in what felt like an eternity, before I had to walk down from there again.

After this, I promised myself that this would never happen again - and that I would help others so they wouldn't be in my situation.

When doing my bachelor in Business Management, I also worked as a substitute teacher in secondary schools in Norway. I also managed to land a job in the Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic and Confederation of Sports as a Public Speaker. With the training and experience I gathered from my studies and jobs, I have now used to start working on my own as a Public Speaking Coach.

If you want to know more, please check out: www.oleborseth.com

Best regards,

Ole Børseth

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Megan Gessner

I am a graduating HS senior at Stanford HS, and I'm enrolled in Engineering at Brown University for the fall. I have been tutoring HS and College students in all level of math for three years. I have also worked at Mathnasium for a year and have loved working with kids of all ages.

In addition to tutoring students in academics, I'm also a life-long dancer, and I teach tap at San Diego Dance Center.

I grew up in San Diego and enjoy school (especially math), Dance, and Music.

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Tiana Lee

Hello my name is Tiana Lee I've been playing piano since I was 6 so I've been doing it for about 13 years now. I'm a classically trained pianist, but I can teach any genre/style as you please. I really have a passion for playing as well as teaching. I hope I can share my love and experience with as many people as I can. Please contact me for any further questions! Thank you so much.

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Michelle Mink

My career has been spent in marketing and product management (in addition to starting several of my own businesses), which means I have a good understanding of all the moving parts needed to come together when delivering a product to the marketplace. This covers a wide swath of issues including legal, regulatory, vendors, suppliers, distributors, sales, advertising, billing, customer support, purchasing, user experience, warranties, and more. Half the battle is figuring out what needs to be done before a product or service is ever introduced to the customer. I provide consulting services and resources for people that want to turn their ideas into a business or explore new ways to grow their business.

Earning a MS degree from the University of Colorado provided a great base from which to launch my career, but more valuable is the PhD wretched from the cold hands of the school of hard knocks. If I didn't learn from failure then the risk wasn't worth it. Don't get me wrong, succeeding is great but it's the variety of experiences that provides the best education.

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Truong Nguyen

Truong Nguyen is currently a Professor and Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at University of California, San Diego. He received his BS, MS and Ph.D. degrees at Caltech, in 1985, 1986 and 1989, respectively. He is an expert in Digital Signal Processing, Digital Image/Video Processing, Filter Bank and Wavelets, 3D video processing. He co-authored a popular textbook on Wavelets & Filter Banks with Prof. Gilbert Strang at MIT. His current research interests include designing systems to create immersive, panoramic stereo contents; applications of video processing and machine learning in Health-care applications. 

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ANA SEPULCRE GONZALEZ

¡Hola a todos/as!   I have been teaching Spanish for almost 10 years in universities (SDSU and Georgetown), private schools and through private lessons, and my students have gone on to develop a deep love of Spanish culture, study abroad in Latin America, and more! It is important for me to get to know my students and their goals so that I can adapt my lessons to their pace and needs. I enjoy working with students of all different backgrounds and see their progress all throughout this fun experience.

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Sean Van Tyne

Sean Van Tyne is the author of Easy to Use: User Experience Design in Agile Development for Enterprise Software, co-author of The Customer Experience Revolution: How Companies Like Apple, Amazon, and Starbucks Have Changed Business Forever, and a contributing author for The Guide to the Product Management and Marketing Body of Knowledge (the ProdBOK® Guide).

International speaker, best-selling author and advisor, Sean is an industry leader that helps organizations on their strategy, goals, and direction to deliver innovative solutions with best-in-class experiences to increase customer satisfaction, loyalty and advocacy that creates sustainable long-term revenue.

Please visit www.SeanVanTyne.com to learn more

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Pik Wong

Pik is a classically educated and trained private piano teacher for beginning to advanced students. She believes playing the piano is more than just taking lessons. Not only should students love the music they learn and enjoy what they perform, they will also develop greater confidence and a desire for musical excellence.


Pik has been teaching for twenty years. She aims to continue sharing her experience and exploring the joy and love of music with her students.

Pik also offers to prepare students the opportunity to take the ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal School of Music) Piano Exams in both English and Chinese.

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