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Blake speaks professionally to student audiences on the topics of science, science fair project development, and crafting an effective presentation.

Blake also consults one-on-one for middle and high school students looking to hone their presentation skills.

Blake has spoken on stage at the Intersection Event, Compass Summit, Intel Sacramento Science Showcase, and more.

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Brief Biography

Blake Marggraff, an Eagle Scout and black belt from Lafayette, California, studied biology at Washington University in St. Louis (graduating class of 2015) while building companies that he's founded. Epharmix, a health IT company that Blake founded, sits at the intersection of research, medical impact, and technology. Blake won the world's largest science fair (Intel's ISEF, ~4M competitors worldwide) in 2011 for a project involving simulated cancer treatment and cell death quantification. Public speaking, hiking, and photography are a few of Blake's favorite hobbies. Blake has hundreds of hours of experience as a voiceover artist, has spoken at dozens of events to thousands of students and educators about effective communication and presentation, and has appeared as a reality TV show judge with Bill Nye. Blake is conversant in Spanish, and likes to pretend he can speak some French, too.

Speaking: Blake has been invited to present at over 15 education, technology, and entrepreneurship events, including the Compass Summit in Terranea, Los Angeles; the Intersection Event at Google, Mountain View; the Educators' Summit @ Stanford d.school; and to over four thousand students and educators at a STEM celebration event held at California State Capitol in Sacramento.