Nominations Open for 2018-2019 Leadership Team

The District Leadership Committee is seeking nominations for qualified candidates. Call for Nominations lists the roles to be filled along with their job descriptions. To nominate a candidate please fill out the District Leader  Nominating Form. If you wish to put yourself forward as a candidate please complete the Candidate Application and Officer Agreement and Release Form.

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International Speech Contest Winners!

1st – Quint Crispin
2nd – Cheri Perry
3rd – Nikhil Badwaik

Evaluation Contest Winners!

1st – Alexis Mason
2nd – Asriel Malloy
3rd – Lily Gordon


Leaders head families, coach teams, run businesses and mentor others. These leaders must not only accomplish, they must communicate. By regularly giving speeches, gaining feedback, leading teams and guiding others to achieve their goals in a supportive atmosphere, leaders emerge from the Toastmasters program.


Toastmasters will give you the skills and confidence you need to effectively express yourself in any situation. Whether you are a professional, student, stay-at-home parent or retiree, Toastmasters is the most efficient, enjoyable and affordable way of gaining great communication skills.

Personal Growth

Toastmasters provides a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.

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Distinguished Clubs

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Lisa Hutton at Celebration of Leadership

Member Spotlight – Libra Forde

Q: What brought you to Toastmasters?

A: I was a Toastmaster in my mind for over ten years.  My responsibilities never seemed to open up time for a factual meeting.  Then in 2013 I decided that I would commit to one hour per week at Toastmasters after finding a lunch time club.  That was the beginning of my membership.  I am so happy I made that commitment.

Q: How has it helped your career? 

A: Toastmasters has opened up several doors in my career.  I have received offers from them to speak at workshops and regional summits.  In addition, I now qualify for new leadership positions based on my shown improved communication.

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Toastmasters taught me that leaders don’t have to lead, follow, or get out of the way. Leaders first have to follow, to learn the ropes and gain confidence. Later leaders lead, showing followers the ropes and helping them to gain confidence. Once the followers are ready, the leader gets out of the way. This is not an either/or proposition. Follow, lead, and then get out of the way.

Syrena Glade, DTM


The personal and professional growth I’ve experienced since joining Toastmasters has been … extraordinary.

Eric Winger


Toastmasters helped me develop the communication and leadership skills I needed to succeed in the interview that landed me my current job.
Eldred Brown, ACG, ALB


Being a powerful speaker is the result of my participation in Toastmasters.

Victoria Trabosh

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In 2005, I joined Toastmasters because I wanted my presentations to generate a greater impact on my audiences. A couple of years ago, I earned the highest award, Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM). If you want to improve your speaking, leadership and evaluation skills, you couldn’t find a better place to grow. This year is Toastmasters’ 90th birthday. Happy Birthday, Toastmasters!

Mike Goss

Perhaps the most important lesson I’ve learned through Toastmasters is that if I fear it, I need to do it. Hiding in my room made me sad and stagnant. Toastmasters taught me to believe in myself and helped me understand that to grow, I need to try new things.
Liana Cohen CC


Toastmasters has inspired me to encourage others to join and grow their skills and become leaders or better leaders.

Cleon Cox

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