U of T Toastmasters Club makes a clean sweep at speech competition

SALUT Toastmasters members

Speech & Leadership at the University of Toronto (SALUT) Toastmasters is pleased to congratulate SALUT members Peter Limberger and Stephanie Treloar on their first-place wins at the recent Toastmasters Division A speech contests (Humorous Speech and Table Topics). Peter and Stephanie will now move on to represent their club, Area 2, and Division A at the District 60 fall speech contests on November 5, 2016.

Not only will this be the first time SALUT is sending a member to represent the U of T club in the District-level contests, but it will have a representative in both of the contests!

District 60 comprises a total of 232 active clubs, serving over 5,000 Toastmasters in the cities, counties and regional municipalities in Toronto, Durham, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough, Northumberland, Hastings, Lennox and Addington, and Prince Edward.

About SALUT Toastmasters:

SALUT Toastmasters is a club for appointed staff at the University of Toronto who wish to improve their speaking and leadership skills in a supportive environment.

We are a diverse and inclusive club that meets every second Wednesday during work hours on the St. George campus.

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We regularly welcome guests. Contact us to arrange a visit or to ask questions, or consult our Club Calendar and drop in to a meeting at your convenience.

Left to right: Kata Skoko, executive assistant, Governing Council; SALUT founding member Ataur Bacchus; first-place recipients Peter Limberger, project analyst in the Division of HR & Equity and Stephanie Treloar, associate director, Principal Gifts at DUA; and, Adam Doyle, SALUT president and program coordinator, First-Year Learning Communities at the Faculty of Arts & Science.