Speakers 1, 2 & 3 - Tomorrow is Today

Our First 3 Speakers

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Tomorrow is Today

Speakers and Event information

 This year we are excited and proud to announce our first 3 Speakers for Tomorrow is Today!

This years' main event will be held on bank holiday Monday 6th of May at 3 pm in the University of Leeds Centenary Music Hall. We have 6 unique speakers coming to the stage as well as 2 exclusive TEDx video talks. A buffet will be provided at 6:30 pm at the networking event after the talks have finished. The event programme timetabling the event will be released closer to the main event date.

Payal Ganguly

Payal Ganguly holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy, Masters in Nanomedicine and is currently writing up her PhD thesis. She has co-authored a book titled ‘Smart scaffolds for tissue engineering applications’ and has worked in 4 biomedical research groups across 2 different countries in the last 7 years. In her free time, you can find her enjoying Zumba, singing, travelling, trying new cuisines, reading in a café or watching plays and movies. She is passionate about the world of medicine and will talk about integrated approaches to a sustainable health care system.

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Billal Jamil

Billal is a World Leading Communication Expert. His clients include Governments, Media Celebs, Sports Stars and well-known brands including The Financial Times, M&G, Imperial College, Citi-Group and many others. He is the CEO of the Public Speaking Academy and renowned for his high impact strategies helping leaders deliver results in an ever challenging environment.


Omar Raafat

Surgeon turned hypnotist. Omar is a believer in human connection and the limitlessness that is human potential. Working with people to achieve emotional and mindset mastery to overcome fear and replace it with confidence. Omar embraces change in order to unlock the full potential of anyone he can help, feeding his skills into and developing his own website, Mind is Matter.

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