Los Angeles, California-based writer, actress, performance-artist, pop-culture analyst, and radio commentator, Sandra Tsing Loh will speak at the 2014 Envision Symposium, which explores the DNA of Storytelling, Design, and Technology. This high-octane symposium will be held September 11-13 in Monterey, CA, with Bran Ferren and Bob Bonniol serving as co-creative consultants. Register today to hear her speak! Learn about this exciting speaker below.
Human beings—they’re ba-a-ack! Viral or not! - Sandra Tsing Loh
Sandra Tsing Loh’s eclectic career spans art, performance and science. She is the author most recently of The Madwoman in the Volvo: My Year of Raging Hormones (Norton), based on her Best American Essay 2012 Atlantic Monthly essay on menopause, and also of The New York Times notable book Mother on Fire. Her hit off-Broadway solo shows include "Aliens in America" and "Bad Sex With Bud Kemp." She has been a regular commentator on NPR’s "Morning Edition," Ira Glass’ "This American Life," and PRI’s “Marketplace.” Her radio commentary series “The Loh Life” is heard on KPCC (Los Angeles), and her syndicated daily minute "The Loh Down on Science" is heard weekly by 4 million people. Loh’s education includes a BS in physics from the California Institute of Technology; she is the first alumna to give the commencement speech (2005) in Caltech’s history.