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Our 2020 Speakers
Professional Speaker, Sales Expert, Executive Speech Coach
2013 World Champion of Public Speaking
This year our Keynote Speaker will be Pres Vasilev! Pres Vasilev is the 2013 World Champion of Public Speaking and author of the popular training program “How to Master Compelling Storytelling”
Stefano S. McGhee, DTM, Toastmasters International Director, Region 9, works as the senior manager of DevOps for Harvard Business Publishing. He leads a small team of engineers in ensuring the availability and stability of the organization’s most critical applications, including Harvard Business Review. Stefano earned a master’s degree in military operational arts and sciences from the United States Air Force’s higher education organization. A Toastmaster since 2005, his home club is Network Voice Toastmasters.
David Lintz, ACB, ALB, DL4, LD3, is currently serving as the Area 31 Director and has recently completed his assignment as the Mentor for the Biogen Toastmasters Club. He has earned Triple Crowns in 2015-16, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020. He is a founding member of the Toast Wizards at Raytheon BBN and the Immediate Past President of the Advanced Access Club. When not engaged in Toastmasters activities, David leads the Analytics and Machine Intelligence Business Unit at Raytheon BBN.
Kim Weeter, MA, is a facilitator, instigator, and embodied speaker. A leader of experiential workshops for over 20 years, she also works with clients 1-on-1, creating sacred, messy, life-giving spaces for people to come home to themselves. A member of Toastmasters since 2017, she was awarded the Triple Crown in 2019. Kim brings curiosity, boldness, quirkiness, and a core belief that perspective is everything. She is a skilled, present, and powerful change agent, who is personally committed to utilizing our voices and personal stories as a means for individual and cultural transformation.
Larry Wilson, DTM3, has been in Toastmasters for twelve years. He has served in all club offices and several district offices, and he has trained many times and coordinated many events. Larry says the best kept secret in Toastmasters is visiting other clubs and districts; He has visited over 120 clubs in North America. The most surprising thing Larry learned about himself in Toastmasters is his love for mentoring and training others to improve their presentation and leadership skills. For Larry, Toastmasters is a life-long journey.