Club Ambassador Program

Grow Your Comfort Zone

By organizing visits to other clubs, the Club Ambassador Program (CAP) helps both individual Toastmasters and clubs explore new opportunities and expand their horizons.

Why Be an Ambassador?

There are over 16,600 reasons why visiting different clubs makes sense.

Current Ambassadors

After completing a club visit, submit your post-visit report here.

The Club Ambassador Program (CAP) fosters the mutual growth of both individual Toastmasters and clubs by encouraging members to visit other clubs within or outside the district — or around the world.

For individuals, visiting other clubs provides an opportunity to explore other Toastmasters environments and gain new experiences and speaking opportunities. For clubs, hosting a club ambassador can energize meetings and share new ideas and viewpoints with its own members.

In addition to recognizing the best practices of club visits (as reported by club ambassadors), the Club Ambassador Program also presents awards to Toastmasters for making the most visits and to clubs for hosting the most visits.

Why Visit Another Club?

Being a club ambassador provides an opportunity to share your experience as a Toastmaster and can help the clubs you visit bring out the best in themselves. Moreover, you’ll learn new ideas and best practices and you can bring back to your own club. Simply put, the Club Ambassador Program creates opportunities to proliferate the best of Toastmasters.

Personal Benefits

  • Gain confidence from speaking in front of unfamiliar audience.
  • Expand your horizon by meeting people and learning new things.
  • Get new ideas to bring back and rejuvenate your home club.
  • Gain more experience to become a club coach, mentor, or sponsor in the future.
  • Fill in a functionary or speaker role when the club needs help.
  • Exchange ideas with the host club to learn something new.

Awards and Prizes

  • Any member in good standing, including area and division directors, can participate.
  • No sign-up is necessary.
  • Earn 1 point for each individual club you visit within the district during the Toastmasters year. (You may visit a single club as many times as you wish. However, only 1 point will be awarded for that club.)
  • An area director and/or division director visiting clubs within their own area or division is not eligible to earn points for their visits.
  • To earn credit for a club visit, club ambassadors must submit a report within 7 days of their visit.
  • District 101 will recognize the Toastmasters with the most points and the clubs which have hosted the most ambassadors at district events.
  • In addition, the top-three Toastmasters who earn the most points will receive gifts at the end of the Toastmaster year.

Current Club Ambassadors

Many thanks to all of these amazing Toastmasters who are currently serving as club ambassadors.

Click here to view a list of current club ambassadors.
Our Club Ambassadors have made 53 visits including 14 visits to non-District 101 clubs: Lorraine Myers (13 points, 7 non-D101 visits), Doris Tse (8 points, 2 non-D101 visits), Cat Nguyen (6 points, 1 non-D101 visit), Megan Mayer (6 points, 3 non-D101 visits), Ravi Kiran Adusumilli Adusumilli (3 points), Ashvin Patel (2 points), Cam Huong (2 points), Carol Ashton (2 points), Lillian Hull (2 points), Sean Wang (2 points), Vishal Aslot (2 points), Eddie McMorrow (1 point), Gharsanay Amin (1 point), Kalpana Chandika (1 point), Raghunadha Raju (1 point), Zbigniew Dzideczek (1 point, 1 non-D101 visit), Kyle Wood (), Raji Bandanapudi (), STEPHEN NOSEK (), Tonia Eaton (), and Xianghong Ji ().

Information current as of 6/27/2022.

Clubs that Have Recently Hosted Ambassadors

District 101 would also like to recognize all of clubs that have hosted club ambassadors.

Click here to view a list of recent hosting clubs.

3 visits:
Cathedral of Faith Toastmasters

2 visits:
Adlibmasters, Cadence AHgorithms Club, City Shakers, Excalibur Toastmasters Club, ITU Toastmasters Club, KLA Talk, Silicon Valley ImprovMasters, Silicon Valley Storytellers, Startup Speakers, and Valley Toastmasters

1 visit:
ASML Toastmasters, AbbVie Bay Area Toastmasters, Adelante Toadtmasters, Adobe Fontificators Club, All Ears Club, Bay Blitzers, Bayview Club, Big Basin Toastmasters, Cranberry High Noon Toastmasters , Cupertino Morningmasters, Cupertino Toastmaster, Da Vince Toastmasters, Dell Silicon Valley Toastmasters, Downtown Speechmakers, FCSN Toastmasters, Fair Oaks Club, Gilroy Toastmasters, Global Toastmasters, Great America Toastmasters, Highway Safety Toastmasters, I'm Feeling Chatty, Interconnected Toastmasters, Intercontinental Advanced Toastmasters, Interpersonal Toastmasters, Laser Sharp Speakers, Los Gatos Toastmasters, Lumentum Toastmasters, MCA Toastmasters, Macintalkers, Maps Toastmasters, McAfee Rise and Shine Toastmasters Club, Missionigans, Morgan Hill Toastmasters, Multimedia Magicians, Naval Postgraduate School, Naval Postgraduate School Club, Nvidia International Toastmasters, Oratory Otters, Panthers Toastmasters, Peninsula Pros, Planet Ord Toastmasters Club, Portland Progressives, Proofpoint Toastmasters Club, SCUMBATS, ST Microelectronics, Santa Clara Sweet Talkers, Silicon Andhra, Silicon Valley Toastmasters, Silver Spring Toastmasters, Silver Tongued Cats, Speakeasy Monterey, Sunnyvale Speakeasies, Talking Chips Club, The Grummarians, ToastItNow!, Toastmaster Insiders, Toastmeisters, Top Gun, Trendsetter Toastmasters, True Talking Toastmasters, Wharton Quakemasters, Willow Glen Toastmasters, XL Construction Toastmasters Club, and Xilinx Xpressionists

Clubs Visited Beyond District 101:

VOA SpeakEasy Club (SD, USA), ASHH Toastmasters Club (District 78, SD, USA), Brookings (SD, USA), Clarkson Toastmasters (District 86), London Public Speakers (London), Manteca Smooth Talkers (39, Area I91), Mill Creek TM (02, WA), Parliamentarian Incubators TMC (District 80), Podium Paneche (Bangalore, India), Queenstown (Singapore), Rockcliffe Aerodites Club (Gatineau, QC K1A-0K2 Canada), SCC Speak to Lead Toastmasters (District 6, Wisconsin), Sun Life Speakers Corner (Canada), Talk of the Town (MA), Toast of Northeast Sioux Falls (78, SD), University of Rzeszow Toastmasters Club (Poland), Virtual Speak Toastmaster (District 4), Voices of Lincoln (District 39, CA), and Yappin' Yotes (SD, USA)

Ready to Become a Club Ambassador?

  • Pick any club you haven’t visited. Area and division directors can participate by visiting clubs outside their area or division.
  • Contact the club to confirm it is meeting on the published date/time/location.
  • Offer to take an assigned role or be a guest speaker.
  • Visit the club during one of its regular meeting.
  • Announce yourself as a club ambassador, promote the Club Ambassador Program, briefly explain its benefits, and encourage others to participate.
  • Observe the meeting details, participate fully, and take notes.
  • Take pictures (optional).


If you’d like to learn more or are considering becoming a club ambassador, please contact our Club Ambassador Program Chair at