Proving that simple ideas can be the most effective, Izzy Clarkson and Jess Pepperell explain how a project started by young National Citizen Service participants helped to feed a million families nationwide.
Izzy Clarkson is an apprentice administrator with the NHS and Jess Pepperell is studying Travel and Tourism at Exeter College. They are both members of their local youth board for the National Citizen Service.
At TEDxExeter 2019 our theme was The Art of the Possible. We’re living in an age of polarity where many communities are feeling more and more divided, against a backdrop of increasingly populist politics which risk dividing us even further. Our talks offer an opportunity to pause and consider the future we want to create, the possibilities that may be obscured in the busyness of our everyday lives, and how we might get there.
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TEDxExeter CURATOR: Claire Kennedy – @clairekennedy__
PRODUCTION: First Sight Media – @firstsightmedia Izzy Clarkson is an apprentice administrator with local NHS organisation NEW Devon CCG. She is on the regional and local youth boards for the National Citizen Service. Izzy also enjoys skydiving.
Jess Pepperell is studying Travel and Tourism at Exeter College, and is a member of the local youth board for the National Citizen Service. She loves travelling and exploring new cultures. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx