Titus O’Neil selected to give TEDx talk at UCLA
Titus O’Neil has ideas worth spreading. So much so, in fact, that a prestigious global conference has invited him to speak his mind.
O’Neil announced via Twitter on Wednesday that he has been selected to speak at an upcoming TEDxUCLA conference in May 2017. At the ideas sharing event, he will give a speech lasting 18 minutes or less on a theme and topic to be announced.
“It's an honor to announce I've been selected to speak @TedXUCLA,” he tweeted.
Started in 2011, TEDxUCLA is designed to bring the influence of the global TED conference series to the local level. It invites thought leaders from the UCLA community and around the world to speak at an independently organized event designed to spark dialogue and insights in the local community and beyond.
Past TEDxUCLA speakers include HGTV cofounder Susan Packard, New York-Presbyterian Hospital Chief Marketing Officer David Feinberg, Wilco keyboardist Mikael Jorgensen, acclaimed Porsche restorer Magnus Walker and “Ace of Cakes” chef Duff Goldman.