Thea Sue Goldin-Smith
In her previous life she worked as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist MT(ASCP), in various areas of the lab including teaching Medical Technology in conjunction with the University of Texas at Tyler and Baylor-Methodist. But somehow she took up conducting Thinking Expeditions and School for Innovators with The Office of Strategic Innovation. She’s an expeditionist (summit Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa at 19,340 ft and member of the International Explorers Club) and promises to use expedition slides to drive home the principles of change and ideation. She’s a master at Myers-Briggs, her Kirton Adaptive-Innovative score is 140 (way-innovative). She’s a little crazy, but you want someone like that to teach on how to think differently and be creative.