Meet Our Team
The president is responsible for providing the supportive club environment members need to fulfill their self-development goals, making sure that members benefit from the Toastmasters educational program, and helping the club recruit new members and retain current ones. The president ensures the framework is in place to enable the other club officers to smoothly operate and grow their Toastmasters club.
VP of Education
The vice president of education is responsible for providing and maintaining the positive environment and the programs through which members can learn and grow. Education of existing members, so they achieve their goals, which in turn encourages word-of-mouth club growth should be a focus of the VP of Education.
VP of Membership
The vice president of membership is responsible for building membership and ensuring a strong membership base by satisfying the needs of all members. Welcoming guests, inviting them to join, and encouraging new members to continue their membership are the chief duties of the VM of membership.
VP of Public Relations
The vice president public relations is responsible for coordinating an active public relationship and publicity program. This job largely entails our clubs online and social media presences which is one of the primary ways prospective members hear about our Toastmasters club.
The treasurer is responsible for keeping clear and accurate financial records of club business and for seeing that the club remains financially stable.
The secretary is responsible for keeping clear and accurate records of club business, membership records, and correspondence with Toastmasters International’s World Headquarters.
Sergeant At Arms
The sergeant at arms is the hard worker you rarely see but who’s always there! They are responsible for maintaining club properties, arranging the meeting room, and welcoming members and guests at each meeting.
The mentor coordinator is a critical role in ensuring new member success! Upon joining, each new member is paired with an experienced member who will mentor them as they navigate their first several speeches. The mentor coordinators’ role is to find experienced members in our club who are willing and able to take the time to mentor new members who are beginning their Toastmaster journey.