Lilie Jorgensen presents the homeless situation with a few potent accounts, as well as discussing what we can do about it.
Lilie Jorgensen is a sophomore at Louisburg High School. She has participated in Band, Jazz Band, Select Choir, and two school musicals. Out of school she volunteers at homeless shelters, animal shelters, and Piccadilly Productions theater camps, puppet shows, and acting classes, she is part of the KCC pet project and sang in Kansas' district choir in 2015. Special talents include speaking fluent Norwegian, singing, acting, and helping people! Lilie is a Methodist and is a member of Louisburg United Methodist Church. Her hobbies include volunteering, singing, drawing, painting, puppetry, acting, white water kayaking, and rock climbing. She loves animals, and has had 9 dogs, 4 cats, 3 snakes, and 4 birds, not including her siblings pets over the years.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx