Daniel Edmund is a speaker, entrepreneur and TEDx Bristol alumnus. Born to a British father and American mother, Daniel is now living back in Bristol where he was born after growing up outside of Washington D.C. He currently runs his own company Milk for Tea which is an events based business that helps men become more emotionally articulate while doing things they're interested in. One of his biggest aims is to help combat the male suicide rate in the UK which continues to be the leading cause of death for men under 50.
Since speaking on the main TEDxBristol stage in 2015, Daniel has gone on to meet HRH The Prince of Wales at his summer home at Highgrove, speak at Kensington Palace and join the L'Oreal and Princes Trust #AllWorthIt campaign alongside Dame Helen Mirren, amongst other things.
A lover of running, good conversation and Jean-Luc Godard films, Daniel aims to bring his experience and passion for people to the dynamic TEDx team this year.
As one of TEDxBristol 2015's most inspiring speakers - receiving a standing ovation despite never speaking in public before - now he's helping the class of '17 overcome their nerves and prepare for the TEDx stage. He'll be compering on the day, and has also been pioneering TEDxBristol's Facebook live chats with our new speakers. He is, undoubtably, Mr TEDxBristol! And he does it all in his spare time too. Thanks Dan!
Watch his talk about modern men and mental health: