05 Sep Fail Fest 2018: Focus on Youth, Families, and Mental Health
Have you been shaped by failure? Many of us don’t realize is failure is an opportunity for learning and innovation. By focusing on failures, we learn how to pull ourselves up and find the spark we need to move forward.
Launch Fishers is proud to be a part of the annual Fail Fest, celebrating failure as a mark of leadership and risk taking. It’s a day for us to learn from successful entrepreneurs and community leaders who have failed a time or two and have built something out of those failures.
This year’s event is the first Fail Fest of its kind, where the focus is on junior high and high school youth, their families, and mental health. Hear from speakers across a wide range of ages and experiences, all who will share stories of how failure has shaped their successes and encouraged them to grow.
September 8, 2018, Christ The Savior Lutheran Church, 10500 E 126th St, Fishers, IN 46038
10:00am: Kickoff & Welcome Remarks by John Wechsler
10:30am: Autonomous learning and self-worth – Kelsey Habig, Disruptor of the youth, Hamilton Southeastern High School
10:50am: Overcoming Regret – Darryn Scheske, Founder & Senior Pastor, Heartland Church
11:10am: Failure to Plan is Planning to Fail – Chief Steve Orusa, Fire Chief – Fishers Department of Fire and Emergency Services
11:30am: Moderated Q&A Panel with morning speakers
1:00pm: Fail early, fail quickly, fail forward – Keynote Speaker: Gary Brackett, CEO, Stacked Pickle, Former NFL Linebacker for the Indianapolis Colts
1:30pm: From Surviving to Thriving – Battling Invisible Illness In High School – Yanna Sophia, Baby Businesswoman
1:50pm: The Feel of Failure – Jason Urban, Principal, Fishers, High School
2:10pm: Mental health – Ranvir Sandhu, Stigma Free HSE founder, & Stigma-Free Fishers students
2:30pm: Moderated Q&A Panel with afternoon speakers
3:00pm: Closing Remarks & Wrap-Up