Once a shy kid.

I was often teased for speaking English with an accent. Hopeless at kicking a ball. But I found my passion: speaking!

Keep working on your craft, believe in yourself and never ever let anyone put you down for being yourself. Thank you, Toastmasters, and for all who have supported me through this journey of public speaking. I love you! 💕

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I joined Toastmasters in 2014 with the hope of improving my communication and leadership skills. Apart from learning how to speak in public, I’ve had an opportunity to learn from many competent and confident Toastmasters at the Professional Speakers, Bondi Junction and City Tattersalls Toastmasters clubs.

In 2019/2020, I had the opportunity to speak at the International Speech and Table Topics Contests and won first place for both of these categories in Area 11, District 70.

I was also a Guest Speaker at the District 72 Evaluation Speech Contest 2020. It was a fantastic experience.

In 2020/2021, I was Area 10 Director, District 70. It was a year of growth and I learnt so much from my mentors and club members. I was lucky to work with 4 clubs: Divine Mercy, EORA McKell, UTS MBT Community and University of Sydney.

This year, 2021/2022, I’m District Club Coach Chair for District 70 as part of the Club Growth Team led by Juliana Jamal – Club Growth Director. We empower current clubs and help grow new clubs.

Our Club Growth Team 2021/2022 meeting on zoom

This year, I’m President at my home club City Tattersalls for 2021/2022. I look forward to supporting our club members and achieving new heights for the new year!

My home club City Tattersalls

Toastmasters International has changed my life in various ways: my personal communication and leadership skills, interpersonal relationships and business. Most of all, I can learn and serve our members and this is priceless.

Please feel free to reach out if you’d like to learn more about Toastmasters.

“Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.” – Paul J Meyer.

Love and peace to you.


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