Bromley Speakers has around 40 members and each meeting is normally attended by about 20 people. It is a friendly and supportive environment in which to hone your public speaking skills. You can make mistakes and learn at your own pace. We have many members who have become excellent public speakers and many who are also just starting out on their journey.
The club is run by a committee which is re-elected every year. The Toastmasters year starts at the beginning of July. This is the committee for 2022-23:
|David Hampton, President
The President presides at meetings of the Club and has general supervision of the operations of the club. The President also serves as one of the Club’s representatives on Area and District Councils. If you have any questions, you can contact the president by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Na Jiang, Vice President, Education
The VPE plans and directs club programmes which meet the educational needs of the club members. The VPE also plans and publishes regular schedules of meeting assignments and keep track of members’ progress towards their email@example.com
|Saadia Alege, Vice President, Membership
The VPM plans and directs programmes to retain and increase club membership.
|Kieran Mangan, Vice President, Public Relations
The VPPR develops and directs programmes that inform individual members and the general public about Toastmasters International and about club activities. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Susan Rayner, Secretary
The Secretary is responsible for club records and correspondence. The Secretary has custody of the club’s charter, constitution and all other records and documents of the club, and is also responsible for keeping an accurate record of the meetings and activities of the club.
|John Cross, Treasurer
The Treasurer is responsible for club financial policies, procedures and controls. The Treasurer collects subscriptions and maintains records, and also produces financial reports for the club and receives and disburses all club funds.
|Margot Glover and Christine Morrell, Sergeant At Arms
It is the Sergeant at Arms’ job to prepare the meeting room as well as maintaining club property, including banner, nametags and supplies.
|Guy Dennis, Mentoring
It is the Mentoring Officers responsibility to help to find the best possible fit for a mentor and mentee and to review the success of the pairing to ensure the ongoing success of that relationship.