Like many of you, I joined Toastmasters at first to improve my communication skills. I had no idea that I would be inviting you to volunteer, network and to lead– in Toastmasters.
Looking into the New Year by Steve Taddei, DTM, Outgoing District 57 Director Greetings District 57 Members! Thank you for allowing me to serve as your District Director. The year started with Stroke of Genius chartering in Fremont, the southern-most part of District 57 and included a weekend in the northern-most part of our district, […]
Club Member Spotlight: Faz Binesh Are you aware of the saying; “don’t put the cart before the horse”? I have always tried to follow this rule but there are times you go about doing things habitually and it never occurs to you that you are putting the cart before the horse. Years ago, when […]
Club Member Spotlight: Tabatha Butler I’m Tabatha, a mother of two, an employee of the State and a running coach and enthusiast. As a mother of two, I have put much of my energy into them. They’re growing up and I have discovered it’s time to do something for myself. Working for the State […]
How Toastmasters Helps Me by Janice Litvin I set a goal a few years ago of getting paid to speak. So I headed to Toastmasters. At the same time, I went back to school to study exercise science because I wanted to be more informed as a Zumba instructor. With a goal of […]