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NESCom Works With John Bapst Students On TEDxYouth@JBMHS


The New England School of Communications is proud to announce their involvement in the upcoming TEDxYouth@JBMHS event, taking place January 11th, 2014 at the Gracie Theatre. The event, organized by students of John Bapst Memorial High School will feature 13 presenters and a performance by the Maine Marimba Ensemble. Presenters include:

Alan Lishness, Chief Innovation Officer at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Judy Taylor, a Maine artist talking about Public Art in general, and the process behind the Maine Labor Mural

Abe Furth, the founder of Verve Burritos

Robert Shetterly, a Maine artist and illustrator of the portraits in the book “Americans Who Tell the Truth”

Zoe Weil, president of the Institute for Humane Education in Surry

Ina and Esu, activists from Maine and co-Founders of The BARKA Foundation

Roger Doiron, the gardener/entrepreneur who started the organic garden at the White House. Founder of Kitchen Gardeners International

Serena Galleshaw, creating the “Graduate House,” a space filled with like-minded people of diverse skill sets, and a mission, that’s replicable for other students

Gabrielle Russell, an architect providing fresh thinking for a retired Lewiston mill

Dr. Habib Dagher

Graham Morehead, a computer scientist, entrepreneur, and IT professional, talking about his transition from being a student to finding a career in Maine

Dr. Rafael Grossmann, a surgeon who’ll be talking about Google Glass & technology/innovation in medicine

Jon Amory will be talking about the new Portland charter school, Baxter Academy

The event is limited to only 100 tickets and are available via


Aron Gaudet (’96) Recognized As Director To Watch By Variety

Variety has named NESCom alum Aron Gaudet and his wife/partner Gita Pullapilly as one of this year’s 10 directors to watch.

The latest project from Gaudet and Pullapilly is the filmĀ Beneath The Harvest Sky, which debuted at the Toronto Film Festival in September.