The first host of TEDxMountainViewCollege was Regina Montoya. Regina Montoya is a Harvard-trained attorney who has been nationally recognized as one of the top lawyers in the country. She is the Chair of the Mayor's Task Force on Poverty, and she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Regina was one of the first Latinas to earn partnership in a major corporate law firm in the United States, and she is a former award-winning television commentator. Regina is currently working on a book about the importance of incorporating Latinos into the economic, political and social fabric of America, and she is a frequent public speaker on a wide range of issues including health care, poverty, diversity and children.
Presentations included: Texas Women’s Economic Security (Roslyn Dawson Thompson), A Lesson in Masculinity (Tro’juan Henderson), Encouraging Hispanic Girls to Grow (Michelle Navarro), What Will You Do to End Hunger? (Lucas Campbell), What America Needs Is An Honest Conversation (Jason Carney), and Memory of a Memory Lost (Dallas Black Dance Theatre II).
Texas Women’s Economic Security - Roslyn Dawson ThompsonA Lesson in Masculinity - Tro’juan HendersonEncouraging Hispanic Girls to Grow - Michelle NavarroWhat Will You Do to End Hunger? - Lucas Campbell
What America Needs Is An Honest Conversation | Jason CarneyMemory of a Memory Lost - Dallas Black Dance Theatre II