Apply to Speak at UXRConf 2024
It's that time of year again!

Welcome to the UXRConf 2024 Speaker Application Form. We're thrilled that you're interested in sharing your ideas with the research community and cannot wait to read your application!

If you have any questions or difficulties completing this form, please reach out to our co-founder Alec Levin at alec@joinlearners.com.
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SPEAKER INFORMATION
What is your full name? *
What is your email address? *
What is your LinkedIn profile URL? *
If you do not have a LinkedIn account, please respond with N/A.
What is your role at the company where you currently work? *
What is the name of the company where you currently work? *
What city and country do you currently live in? *
At Learners, we strongly encourage applicants from underrepresented/marginalized groups to apply to speak on our platform and at our events. Underrepresented/marginalized groups include but are not limited to: those affected by race inequality, gender inequality, age inequality, disability/chronic illness, mental illness, neurodiversity, economic inequality, poverty, and/or religious bigotry. If you are an applicant of an underrepresented/marginalized group and are comfortable in self-identifying, please click below.
TALK PROPOSAL
What is the working title of your talk? *
Provide a 3-4 sentence description of your talk. *
Explain why your experience and background makes you the right person to give this talk. *
What different choices or actions do you hope people will take when they return to work after watching your talk? *
Provide a link to a two minute video recording summarizing your talk. *
This video could be hosted on YouTube, Dropbox, or Google Drive, but be sure to adjust the privacy settings to public. Don't worry about the picture quality.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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