2017-2018 Board of Directors

International President

International President

Balraj Arunasalam, DTM, of Colombo, Western Province, Sri Lanka, is chairman/managing director of Gemtrans Engineering Company, a maker of industrial belts. Active in his community, he serves as President of the Iyyappan Temple management board, as Vice President of the Aarunadu Velalar Society of Sri Lanka, and is a member of both the local Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club.

In 2011, Arunasalam helped establish an English course for Rural Voices Unlimited, a project designed to educate youth in rural Sri Lanka. The U.S. Embassy in Colombo recognized him for this ongoing work with youth. Arunasalam holds an advanced level General Certificate of Education from Trinity College in Kandy, Sri Lanka, and is earning a master’s degree through the Australian Institute of Business Administration.

A dedicated Toastmaster for 27 years, Arunasalam is a member of two clubs, including his home club Colombo Toastmasters. A distinguished leader, Arunasalam has held numerous offices from club through international level: He served as International Director 2011 to 2013 and Second Vice President 2014-2015 and First Vice-President 2015-2016, Toastmasters International. He holds the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in Toastmasters International.

“Toastmasters is a way of life,” Arunasalam says. “It helped me understand the philosophy of leadership, to give and receive respect, and to be humble.”

As International President, Arunasalam is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop and support the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

International President-Elect

International President-Elect

Lark Doley, DTM , of Jonestown, Texas, is a senior training coordinator for MAXIMUS, where she has worked since 2007. She manages the professional development strategy for the MAXIMUS Texas Project, which includes webinars, computer-based training and instructor-led workshops. As chief executive of Second Wave, Inc., a company she founded in 1987, Doley led a team that manufactured hardware peripheral devices for Apple Macintosh products.

A lighthouse homeowner, Doley served as secretary of the Lighthouse Estates Homeowners Association. She also served as president of the Metropolitan Breakfast Club, an Austin business group that meets weekly and features business and government speakers presenting topical issues of importance to the city and state.

Doley graduated with honors from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and German. She continued her education studying business management at St. Edward’s University in Austin, and mathematics at the University of Houston–Clear Lake, in Houston, Texas.

A Toastmaster for 25 years, Doley is a member of two clubs, including her home club in Pflugerville, Texas, the Arthur Storer club that was chartered in honor of her father-in-law after his death in 1997. Doley has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of achievement in the organization.

Doley says, “I have used my improved communication and leadership skills to found and lead a successful company. I now have the privilege to work for a company where I use my skills daily to teach others.”

As an officer of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Doley is a “working ambassador” for the organization. She works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

First Vice President

First Vice President

Deepak Menon, DTM , of New Delhi, India, is a chartered accountant at J.P., Kapur & Uberai in New Delhi, where he is one of nine partners. He oversees management and operations, and specializes in international taxation, cross-border taxation, transfer pricing and direct taxes. Menon also serves as chair of the Chandra Charitable Trust, a nonprofit organization. Menon is a fellow chartered accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, where he also earned a Diploma in Information Systems Auditing.

While working with the American Center in New Delhi, Menon served as a coach for Toastmasters’ Youth Leadership program and helped build communication and leadership skills for approximately 700 underprivileged children. He also served as secretary of St. Columba School’s alumni society Old Columbans’ Association, and in 2006, co-founded the publishing house Ambi Knowledge Resources Private Limited.

A Toastmaster since 2002, Menon’s home club is Central Delhi Toastmasters. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

“Toastmasters has taught me skills that no school, college or university can teach,” he says. “It has helped me evolve from a being a lone-player to a being a team-player; from being led to being a leader; from the problem to being the solution."

As an officer of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Menon is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release 


Second Vice President

Second Vice President

Richard Peck, DTM, of Seymour, Connecticut, is a senior member of the Network Support division at AT&T, where he has worked for over 30 years. As a project manager, he leads cross-functional teams on several multi-million dollar technology projects throughout the year. His responsibilities also include updating technical and training documents and providing project analysis and solutions.

He earned an MBA in international business at the University of Texas at Dallas. Peck is a certified project management professional by the Project Management Institute. His volunteer work includes serving as club president and lieutenant governor for Kiwanis International as well as serving in various capacities with the Catholic War Veterans. He also enjoys traveling, photography and studying world cultures.

A Toastmaster for 11 years, Peck has been a member of his home club, Nutmeg in Woodbridge, Connecticut, since 2006. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters, and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He says, “To me, Toastmasters is about making a positive, life-changing impact on individuals throughout the world.”

As an officer of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Peck is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release 

 

Immediate Past International President

Immediate Past International President

Mike Storkey, DTM, of North Queensland, Australia, is a business trainer and coach at Storkeys’ Team, a business he co-founded in 2005. He assists small businesses in the development of strategic business plans and trains members of local government bodies throughout the Queensland area. He also hosts seminars in change management, time management, team building and leadership, particularly for regional councils and other organizations. Storkey also works in real estate, being a licensed real estate agent. He holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

Storkey is the former founding president of the Whitsunday Chamber of Commerce. He garnered recognition as a Paul Harris Fellow for his service to the Rotary Club of Airlie Beach.

A dedicated Toastmaster for almost 25 years, Storkey has remained an active member of several clubs since 1990. He served as the inaugural mentor officer for his district, and continues to be committed to mentoring. He served on the Toastmasters International Board of Directors from 2010 to 2012 and has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters. Storkey has also attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He says, “The skills I developed in Toastmasters—from helping others, working as a team and developing a vision in order to reach a common goal—have made me better equipped to tackle leadership opportunities both in my private and professional life.”

As Immediate Past International President,  Storkey is a “working ambassador” for the organization. Serving on the Board, he develops and supports the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

International Director, Region 1

Region 1

Mary Morrison, DTM of Tacoma, Washington, is an Organization Development Manager for the city of Tacoma, Office of Equity and Human Rights, where she has worked for over 23 years. Since 2006, her role includes leadership development for the executive team at the City of Tacoma and managing various change efforts. Most recently, she co-created the Office of Equity and Human Rights, where she oversees policy and program development to help Tacoma be an equitable place to live, work and play.

Morrison holds a master’s degree in organization management from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California. She also holds a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and in 2014, earned a certificate of excellence from ICMA Center for Performance Measurement after leading a performance management team for the city of Tacoma. Since 2016, she has been a steering committee member in the Government Alliance on Race and Equity and a commission chair at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church.

A Toastmaster since 1997, Morrison is a member of her home club, Sound Advice Toastmasters, in Tacoma. She has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

She says, “Whether I'm providing feedback to others, giving a formal presentation or making small talk at a social event, I do so with the confidence I gained as a Toastmaster. I'm a better co-worker, manager, mentor and friend because of Toastmasters.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Morrison is a “working ambassador” for the organization. She works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release  


International Director, Region 2

Region 2 Jim Kohli, DTM of San Ramon, California, is a principal architect at GE Healthcare, where he has worked since 1982. Kohli develops and encourages the adoption of technology strategies, advises senior executives on personnel and technology matters, evaluates patent disclosures and mentors and coaches less experienced leaders.

Kohli holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is also trained as a medical first responder as well as a fire responder. He has received multiple awards from GE for patent authoring and co-authoring, product development and accomplishments relating to excellence in team morale.

A Toastmaster since 2002, Kohli is a charter member of his home club, Electric Speakers Toastmasters, in San Ramon. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters, and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He says, “My Toastmasters experience has expanded my professional horizons and is directly linked to a promotion that moved me from Wisconsin to California for a job that required greater communications skills in addition to technology skills.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Kohli is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release 

 

 

International Director, Region 3

Region 2 Tracy M.Thomason, DTM, of Lubbock, Texas, is a development manager for a software package for Tyler Technologies, in Lubbock, Texas, where he has worked for 16 years. He leads a team of fourteen professionals to produce a multi-million dollar software suite used by municipal governments. Along with driving the product forward, a big portion of his responsibilities include developing the company’s next generation of leaders.

Thomason holds a bachelor’s degree of science in computer science from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. He is also a certified Scrum Master. He was inducted into the Texas Tech University Computer Science Academy honor society in April 2017. Before working at Tyler Technologies, he was a board member for The Cotton Network, where he helped develop a plan to align the company with a strategic partner who acquired and grew the company from a small operation to a major industry player. He founded Agile Lubbock, a nonprofit Scrum user group, in 2016.

A Toastmaster since 2005, Thomason is a member of his home club, Toasters Club in Lubbock. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He says, “Improving leadership skills can make a profound difference in the personal and professional life of anyone. Toastmasters changed my career through a series of promotions that I never would have had without those skills.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Thomason is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release 

 

International Director, Region 4

Region 4

Monique Levesque-Pharoah, DTM of Winnipeg, Canada, is manager, sponsorship and events at Health Sciences Centre Foundation in Winnipeg, Canada where she has worked since 2015. Levesque-Pharoah is responsible for identifying and implementing individual and corporate sponsor strategies to meet her organization’s strategic, operational and fundraising goals.

Levesque-Pharoah holds a diploma in Human Resources Management with Honours from Red River College in Winnipeg. She was a selected profile leader in the book, Why Winnipeg? A Profile of Community Leadership with Leadership Winnipeg in June 2015. She is a Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce Ambassador and a member of Association of Fundraising Professionals.

“A Toastmaster since 1994, Levesque-Pharoah is a charter member of her home club, Vital Words, in Winnipeg. She has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization. She was also the recipient of the Presidential Citation award in 2015.

She says, “Whether it is giving an effective media interview for a charity I represent, using the High Performance Leadership Module to successfully launch a new event or recruiting and working effectively with volunteers, I have to credit Toastmasters.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Levesque-Pharoah is a “working ambassador” for the organization. She works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

International Director, Region 5

Region 5

Donald F. Bittick, DTM, of Franklin, Tennessee, is a project manager and business analyst for HCA Healthcare, in Nashville, Tennessee, where he has worked for 31 years. He has led and served on many diverse teams made up of people with varying skill sets, backgrounds, cultures and ages at one of the largest healthcare companies in the world.

Bittick holds a bachelor’s degree of science in computer technology from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. He received the Caring for the Community award, the highest award for community service at HCA, because of his work with local nonprofit agencies. Don also served on the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County in Tennessee. He was responsible for organizing the second largest fundraising event —and annual 5K Thanksgiving Day race.

A Toastmaster since 2001, Bittick is a member of his home club, HCA Creative Articulators, in Nashville. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He believes that everyone has a story to tell, but says “they don't always have the confidence to share it with others. I’ve witnessed many members develop the confidence to share their stories, make lifelong friends and improve their lives as personal and professional opportunities became available.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Bittick is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release 

 

International Director, Region 6

Region 6

Vera Johnson, DTM of Monroe, Michigan, is a certified financial planner and wealth advisor at Monroe Bank and Trust Investment Services/LPL Financial in Monroe, Michigan, where she has worked since 2011. Johnson defines the financial market, establishes relationships and determines goals and objectives. She has worked on a number of strategic plans for a variety of nonprofit organizations and associations and has developed and managed multi-million dollar budgets.

Johnson holds an MBA and a master’s of science degree from Walsh Business College in Troy, Michigan. She is a certified investment management analyst and chartered financial consultant. As executive director of Hospital Foundation, she worked with the board of directors to develop and implement plans to inspire volunteers and board members to participate and contribute to the greater good of the organization.

A Toastmaster since 2001, Johnson is a member of her home club, Advanced Club Optimistic Orators in Warren, Michigan. She has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

“Toastmasters turns goals into realities,” she says. “It inspires individuals worldwide to develop skills that will make them better communicators and leaders in a positive and uplifting environment.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Johnson is a “working ambassador” for the organization. She works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

International Director, Region 7

Region 7

Regie Ford, DTM, of Richmond, Virginia, is a mortgage consultant for SunTrust Mortgage in Richmond, Virginia, where he has worked for eight years. He teaches educational classes on homeownership and first-time buying and conducts training on financial awareness and budgeting, fraud, consumer banking and marketing, compliance and consumer credit.

Ford holds a bachelor’s of applied science degree in professional banking operations and leadership from Bellevue University in Bellevue, Nebraska. He is the past president of the Richmond Crusade for Voters and a member of the Richmond Democratic Party. He was recognized by SunTrust Mortgage, his employer, for his dedication to community volunteerism.

A Toastmaster since 2008, Ford is a charter member and sponsor of Main Street Motivators club in Richmond. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He says, “Toastmasters has taught me to listen, which has made me a better connector. I ran for the House of Delegates in Virginia. Had it not been for Toastmasters, I would not have made that leap.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Ford is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

International Director, Region 8

Region 8

Matt Kinsey, DTM , of Coral Springs, Florida, is the CEO of MK Tech Group in Coral Springs, Florida, which he started in 2007. Kinsey oversees all aspects of his IT consulting firm that services small and medium-sized businesses in the South Florida area.

Kinsey holds a master’s degree in computer information systems from the University of Phoenix, Arizona. He has a certificate in strategic management and was recognized with the Silver Beaver and Vigil Honor awards for his work with the Boy Scouts of America. As a Boy Scout volunteer for 20 years, he has held numerous positions within the organization including district chairman and event chairman.

A Toastmaster since 2003, Kinsey is a charter member of his home club, Outspoken Toastmasters, in Coral Springs. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

“I have learned that to be most successful, you need to lead with your heart and not your head,” he says. “There is no finer program than Toastmasters for helping people build their self-confidence, communication and leadership skills.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Kinsey is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

International Director, Region 9

Region 9

Radhi Spear, DTM, of Piscataway, New Jersey, is a software engineer for AT&T in Middletown, New Jersey and has worked in the telecommunications industry for over 30 years. She has expertise in software development, systems administration and acceptance testing. She troubleshoots problems and develops software for projects that impact millions of people.

Spear holds a master’s degree of science in electrical engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey. She participates in employee resource groups at AT&T including Women of AT&T and APCA (Asian Pacific Islanders for Professional and Community Advancement). She was also an assistant Girl Scout troop leader for five years.

A Toastmaster since 2000, Spear is a charter member of her home club, AT&T Middletown Toast in Middletown. She has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

She says, “In Toastmasters, you learn skills that you can use in all aspects of your life, and as you help others, you learn and grow at the same time. I now have the ability and the confidence to speak up.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Spear is a “working ambassador” for the organization. She works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

International Director, Region 10

Region 10

Michael Osur, DTM, of Highland, California, is the deputy director at the Department of Public Health in Riverside County, California, where he has worked since 1994. Osur leads the Special Services division, which includes HIV/AIDS programs, nutrition services, tobacco control, epidemiology, public health nursing, injury prevention services and healthy communities initiative. He oversees a staff of more than 300 with a combined budget of over $35 million.

Osur earned an MBA from the University of Phoenix, Arizona. He has a certificate in quality improvement, and has participated in supervisor and management training programs, leadership excellence programs and the California Health Leadership Fellowship (2010-2011). He received the Southern California Public Health Association Leadership Award in 2015 for bringing Planning, Transportation and Health agencies together to improve health in the community.

A Toastmaster since 2008, Osur is a charter member of his home club, CHAT in Riverside. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He says, “As I became a leader in Toastmasters, I found my life’s mission to help others find their voice and become the leaders they are meant to be.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Osur is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

International Director, Region 11

Region 11Morag Mathieson, DTM, of Moehrendorf, Germany, is a professional development consultant at Morag Mathieson, which she founded in 2005. Previously, she was the general manager and superintendent pharmacist for Belfast Co-operative Chemists, where she had full professional and business responsibility for a group of pharmacies in Northern Ireland. Her responsibilities included all aspects of strategy, service development and delivery. Additionally, at Alliance Pharmacy, she helped create new business concepts including continuing professional development for pharmacy professionals.

Mathieson holds master’s degree in business administration from The Open University in Milton Keynes, England. She served on pharmacy services boards of government departments in both Scotland and in Northern Ireland. She also served on the board of USA Girl Scouts Overseas in Southern Germany, where she was responsible for finance.

A Toastmaster since 2006, Mathieson is a member of her home club, Erlangen Toastmasters in Erlangen, Bavaria She has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

She says, “Growth in confidence is the biggest single benefit to be gained from Toastmasters. By establishing and extending their competence in all forms of communication and leadership, members are able to make a positive impact throughout all aspects of their life.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Mathieson is a “working ambassador” for the organization. She works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release


International Director, Region 12

Region 12

David Fisher, DTM, of Sydney, Australia, is a consultant and managing director at Jedda Investment Group Pty Ltd in Sydney, Australia, which he started in 1999. Fisher has undertaken varied consulting roles in the areas of property investment, debt consolidation and finance, software development and strategic planning for a startup

Fisher holds a diploma in Business Information Systems from KLZ in Zurich, Switzerland. He is the founder of three companies and has served on committees of various disabilities services and Squash organizations. He also works with club leadership committees and has led several IT project teams.

A dedicated Toastmaster since 2003, Fisher is a charter member of his home club, Community Speakers, in New South Wales, Australia. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters, and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

“Toastmasters has changed my life,” he says. “It has given me the ability and confidence to voice my opinion and be heard. It has allowed me to connect with people and to lead people in business and other areas.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Fisher is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release


International Director, Region 13

Region 13Derek Wong, DTM, of Hong Kong, China, is the Senior Executive for United Asia Consultancy (China) Group. He is responsible for corporate reformation and restructuring projects. He is in charge of financial controls and compliance; information technology development, liaising with banks and government officials.

Wong holds a master’s degree in business administration from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, China. He is a fellow member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) and also a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), as well as an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). He was also a board member of Hong Kong Friends of Scouting in 2011-2012, where he was responsible for financial strategies and social activities.

A Toastmaster since 2007, Wong is a charter member of his home club, Oasis Toastmasters, in Hong Kong. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He says, “The values and benefits of the program are fundamental and applicable to the modern world, and what one learns in Toastmasters is seldom taught in school. If you follow the program carefully and apply what you learn in your daily life, it will become a powerful tool to transform you.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Wong is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release


International Director, Region 14

Region 14

Elisa W. Tay, DTM, of Davao City, Philippines, is the CEO and co-owner of New Farmacia Suy Hoo pharmacy and the owner of Grub Resto Café. Tay is responsible for strategic planning for both businesses, which includes goal setting, developing marketing strategies and positioning both businesses as leaders in a niche market.

Tay holds a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from The University of Immaculate Conception. She is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow and past president of two Rotary Clubs, the Rotary Club of Downtown Davao and the Rotary Club of Davao 2000. Previously, she was a member of the board of directors of the Davao Beautiful Foundation and the People Helping People Foundation.

A Toastmaster for 27 years, Tay is a charter member of Davao Noontime Toastmasters in Davao City. She has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters, and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

She says, “Toastmasters is my second home, a place where I can make mistakes, learn and grow. It has provided me with the inspiration to get out of my shell, to reach out and become the leader that I am today.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Tay is a “working ambassador” for the organization. She works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

News Release

 

 

Quick Links

Read the Toastmaster magazine online!

Enjoy timely access to interesting and interactive content on any device.

View Now

Share your Toastmasters Passion!

Save 10% on the Vintage Logo T-Shirt in September. Use promo code VINTAGE10.

Shop Now

Just for Members

Stay current with the latest announcements and updates.

Member News

Connect With Us

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube for exciting updates, inspiration and more.

Connect