Welcome to District 101 Toastmasters!
District 101 opened its doors on July 1, 2016 to serve the area from Mountain View to King City, including Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito counties and most of Santa Clara county – we call it “Silicon to Surf”.
Message from the District Director
The more I challenge myself, the more I have learned and grown. Toastmasters has helped me improve my skills and outlook through various challenges and opportunities. Over the last few years, I have had the pleasure of learning through hands-on experiences as the District Public Relations Officer, Program Quality Director and various other roles at the Club, Area, Division and District levels. There’s a sense of awe I felt when I started this journey, and that stays with me.
As your 2016-17 District 101 Director, my vision is to help every District member grow through new and exciting opportunities. There is much to create, improve and influence in a District, particularly a brand new one. It is an exciting time for all of us to be part of this incredible year as a new District. I would be honored to have an opportunity to lead our District members to success.
Mythili Prabhu, District 101 Director
Applications are now open for appointed and elected positions in District 101 for the 2017-18 Toastmasters year. Find out more on the District Leader Nominations page.
Join us on October 26th for our next GREAT Event: Powerful Insights: Presence for Leadership. This interactive session will be led by Bud Everts & Rebecca Lindquist, American Accent, Speech & Executive Presence Coaches. Learn how to improve your speech and change how you “show up” using posture, breath, articulation & movement practices that start working within minutes! Register today to attend this free event!
If not, you missed learning about two new District 101 clubs, the Club Ambassador Program, Lucky 7, and more. Read it now!
There’s just one more week to register for District 101’s Free GREAT Event – Start a New Club!
Learn from Past District Governor and Pitchmaster Rita Barber how to Pitch an Idea and affect positive change in your community and corporation.
Earn your Advanced Leader Silver as a result!
Wednesday, August 24th, 6:30 PM at Synopsis Building 1, 445 North Mary Avenue, Sunnyvale.
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Attending Club Officer Training (COT) helps Club Officers learn the ins and outs of their roles; it also gives Club Officers a chance to meet others serving in the same position in other clubs in the District.
Clubs which have all seven of their officers trained join the Lucky 7 and earn $50 in District Credit.
Upcoming Club Officer Training Sessions are listed here. Sessions will be held throughout the District.
Contact Program Quality Director Dave Spence at email@example.com if you have any questions.
District 101’s first ever Toastmasters Leadership Institute (TLI) happened on the morning of July 16 at the Biltmore Hotel in Santa Clara. It’s your chance to improve your leadership and communications skills by attending sessions about mentoring, evaluation, improvisation, and more. You’ll also be able to meet and mingle with other Toastmasters throughout the District and beyond. And, if you’re a Club Officer, it’s a great chance to attend Club Officer Training.
Do you have an idea for starting a new club in the community or at a company?
Send the details of a contact who can work with the District Club Growth Team to firstname.lastname@example.org. Earn $50 in District Credit if the club charters within one month after the connection is established!