Region Advisor Biography

Roy Ganga, DTM

Roy Ganga

Location: Milton, Georgia, United States
Member Since: 2001
Region Number: 8
Home District: 44

Toastmasters offices held and terms of service (international, region and district level):

  • 2017-2018 Region Advisor
  • 2010-2011 District Governor
  • 2009-2010 Lieutenant Governor Education and Training
  • 2008-2009 Lieutenant Governor Marketing

Toastmasters honors and recognition:

  • 2010-2011 Select Distinguished District
  • 2009-2010 Excellence in Education and Training
  • 2008-2009 Excellence in Marketing

How does your experience relate to Toastmasters and the region advisor role:

As a current region advisor, I support the districts by working with them on marketing strategies for new clubs, as well as how to conduct an effective club visit and marketing visits. Working with Fortune 500 companies, I led collaborative knowledge-sharing sessions with global teams and business constituents, which enabled participants to feel better about their skills and lead to improved morale and productivity. As an entrepreneur in executive coaching and leadership development, I focus on bridging the gap between employees and management. I train individuals and teams on the fundamentals of successful team-building and leadership development by coaching them on the importance of effective communication, leadership, teamwork, accountability and delegation.

What is your experience with coaching individuals and/or teams? What key strengths do you bring to the district leaders?

I have demonstrated success in building and sustaining global cross-functional and diverse teams to achieve focused results and creative solutions. Additionally, I am an effective communicator and am able to explain complex concepts and ideas to individuals at all levels. As an executive coach, I train individuals and teams on the fundamentals for successful team building and leadership development by coaching them on the importance of effective communication, leadership, teamwork, accountability and delegation. I have also successfully conducted several training sessions on coaching, mentoring, and building successful clubs to club and district officers.

Why are you interested in serving as region advisor?

While visiting districts as a region advisor, I saw the impact of my visit with the district teams firsthand. The motivation and reminders takes the added stress off their shoulders and allows them to focus on what really matters: serving the members. This is an opportunity for me to share my knowledge and expertise, as well as provide guidance and support to the district leadership teams in order to help them succeed.