Hilary Freer, AC-B, CL
received the Toastmaster of the Year award, thanks to her tirelesseffort of overseeing the Competent Leader program. Area 13 Governor Alyssa Smith-Keadywas also present to thank Hilary.
completed her ice breaker speech.
Dan Pasquini, ATM-B
spearheaded a farewellto our remainingfounding member
during our September meeting.
did an excellent job leading a specialtoast/roast table topicsfor Jewelene.
obtained AC-B status.
Deborah Young, CC
created a Toastmaster welcome packet for guests.
started a new listserv for guests.
Priyanka Komala, AC-B
was a contestant in the Table Topics and Humorous Speech in theArea 13 contests at AARP on September 27. She won third place in the Table Topics.
JessicaFomalont, AC-B, CL
served as a judge.
is originally from Missoula, Montana where he spent his youth exploring the beautifuloutdoors of the Northwest. His greatest passion in life is traveling and experiencing other cultures firsthand and has been fortunate to have traveled to 25 countries which has opened his eyes in terms of aworldview. He graduated from University of Wisconsin- Madison with dual degrees in InternationalGlobal Economics and Political Science. After college, he taught English in Dongducheon, SouthKorea through a program sponsored by University of Wisconsin. Upon completion he moved to D.C.for a position at an international education association and came to the National Academies from theCanadian Tourism Commission in which he had the opportunity to work on projects related to the 2010Winter Olympics in stunning Vancouver, B.C. Welcome Thomas!2
Left to right: Priyanka Komala, Hilary Freer, Alyssa Smith-Keady