Speed Your Journey?
Worldwide, there are more than 16,000 Toastmasters clubs that can
serve as places to practice, make mistakes in a safe environment,
receive feedback to improve, and build confidence for those main stage
presentations. Talk to your NSA colleagues who are also Toastmasters.
Visit a club. See for yourself if it is a good fit.
To find a club near you—or near where you will be traveling—visit
Toastmasters.org/find-a-club. Enter the postal code and distance
desired from your location.
You can be a guest at any Community Club, which are open to all.
Corporate Clubs may be “closed” and require employment at that firm.
Advanced Clubs have additional requirements to join, but you may visit
as a guest and potentially be a guest speaker.
John Kinde, MBA
Darren LaCroix, CSP
Rochelle Rice, MA, CSP
Peter Barron Stark, CSP
MEMBERS TO NSA!
Stark, who has 18 years in Toastmasters, says
“We can reach out to those in Toastmasters
International interested in pursuing a professional
career to build our (NSA) membership.”
Roush says, “Approximately 10 to 15 percent
of Toastmasters members, in their heart of hearts,
truly desire to become professional speakers,
with that percentage growing. These are the
passionate superstars to invite to your upcoming
chapter meeting and who may wish to enroll in
your chapter academy. They want the how-tos
about the business that NSA o;ers.”
HAMILTON, MA, a
speaks on issues of race and
inclusion. A global speaker,
she lived in Germany for seven
years to ground herself in
international living. She has
been a Toastmaster for 10 years
and was a 2017 finalist for
the Toastmasters Accredited
Speaker designation. Her soon-to-be-released memoir is Diary
of a Watts Princess, a tribute to
her South Central Los Angeles