Good Things are Happening at TEDx Santa Cruz and Music from Bobby Carr


Sandy-Skees-80x80.jpg We talk to movers and shakers of TEDx Santa Cruz, which is a local, self-organized event that brings people together to share inspiring conversations on Ideas Worth Spreading.  We talk about the upcoming TEDx Santa Cruz event  on Sept. 15 . Sandy Skees, Public Relations for TEDx gives established businesses, early stage companies and organizations insight on the intersection of brand, communications and purpose. Sandy creates programs that provide organizations a way to focus, share, and motivate change in the world – change that values people, respects planetary resources and fosters prosperity. The goal is to tell strategic stories that create connections and inspire goodness in a sustainable world. Irene-Tsouprake1.jpg Irene Tsouprake,  Co-Organizer, Speaker Selection, Emcee for TEDx Santa Cruz is also a Santa Cruz Change Agent, Writer, Heavily Invested Citizen, Caring Capitalist, Congress Briefer, Actress, SuperMom, MadlyInLoveWife, provider of extraordinary events, anywhere on the planet.   We talk to Sandy and Irene about the speakers and their ideas, and a few have been past guests on It's the Way of Love: Terry Corwin of Land Trust of Santa Cruz County and Danny Keith of Grind Out Hunger. Be a part of inspiring conversations at

092.jpg Finallymusician Bobby Carr plays live for us and makes Rockelle cry with his version of Rainbow Connection.  You can find Bobby with his blues harps and guitar on most mornings at the Rainbows End Cafe in Boulder Creek, CA.  Bobby left behind the "Rat Race" of a 9-5 job and an hour long commute 30 years ago and now has music and nature feed his soul.

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