Founder Participates in TEDMED Great Challenges Day as Graphic Facilitator

Washington, DC–Winston Media Concepts Founder, Lela Winston will be participating in the first TEDMED Great Challenges Day as a Graphic Facilitator. Winston will also give live updates of her participation in the event scheduled for April 19, 2013 via Twitter.

TEDMED Conference 2013 seeks to discuss issues regarding health and medicine with the participation of some of the greatest minds in the field. The event will take place in Washington, DC and run from April 16-19, 2013. Among those featured speakers will be Columbia University Biological Sciences Professor Rafael Yuste, University of Southern California Professor of Medicine and Engineering David Agus, Sr. White House Advisor in the Office of Science and Technology Policy Ryan Panchadsaram and Dr. Amy Abernethy, Director, Center of Learning Health/Duke Clinical Research Institute.

“I am glad to be a part of TEDMED 2013. I believe we are all capable of solving many of our greatest challenges by exploring ideas and methods with an open heart to further the goal of humanity. ” Winston said.

“I believe in innovation and I believe whether we are business professionals, doctors, parents or students we can do well by doing good regardless of our endeavors.”

The social media discussion can be followed using the Twitter Hashtag #GreatChallenges and #TEDMED. Those interested in following Winston’s feeds may follow her on Twitter @lela_winston, or follow the Twitter hashtag #lelawinston for exclusive tweets.

TEDMED 2013 is a part of the globally acclaimed TED Talks Conferences Franchise that seeks to bring together innovative thinkers seeking to solve the worlds most pressing issues. The TED Talks were founded by Richard Saul Wurman in 1990.

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