Diversity in Tech
TJ Adeshola is the Former VP of Global Content Partnerships at Twitter and offers a substantial perspective on cultivating diversity in tech spaces, retaining top talent, and the exponential benefits of creating diverse teams, leadership, and initiatives in the tech space.
New Media and Digital Disruption
Former VP at Twitter TJ Adeshola has been innovating at the forefront of new media throughout his career, driving empowering conversations and ventures that are shaping the future of business. With an eye toward effective strategies for disruption, TJ shares his insights and perspective in this engaging talk.
The Future of Sports
TJ Adeshola has been recognized for his expertise on sports trends across the industry and digital landscape. Prior to joining Twitter, TJ worked on digital sales and marketing at ESPN supporting the company’s digital properties. He speaks to partnerships – including the NFL, NBA, and MLB – and leveraging the power of new media to achieve business objects in the ever-changing sports industry.
Culture and Creators
Former Twitter VP of Global Content Partnerships TJ Adeshola has called Twitter “the live conversation of the world.” In his role creating communities and connections between brands, fans, and partnerships, TJ has a unique perspective on how new media creates and amplified culture, and key inroads for organizations seeking to be a bigger part of that conversation.
Building Teams the Right Way - with Intention and Purpose
World-renowned media executive TJ Adeshola has built teams and partnerships at major media institutions including ESPN and Twitter and shares his motivational lessons in putting together high-impact, high-achieving teams – with intention and purpose.
TJ Adeshola is an accomplished media executive who has been recognized around the world for his work at the intersection of tech, media and culture. Most recently, he leads the Global Content Partnerships team at Twitter, providing strategic consult and for media properties across sports, gaming, entertainment and news. Ultimately, he helps the biggest media brands in the world leverage Twitter to 1) generate revenue and 2) connect with culture.
TJ has appeared on CNBC, Good Morning America, ESPN, NBA TV, NFL Network and more. He has been recognized by the American Advertising Federation as an inductee in the Hall of Achievement, Sports Business Journal, Ad Age, and Black Enterprise "40 Under 40" awards, and was named one of 29 "Young Influentials" by Adweek. Perhaps more importantly, TJ has consistently prioritized amplifying diverse voices across the entertainment, music and sports industries, respectively.