Div. B Leadership Breakfast
Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Limited at-the-door tickets available
9:00 A.M. Registration, Breakfast Buffet
9:30 A.M. Welcome, Joke, Positive Thought
9:45 A.M. Erin Breen- Keynote Speaker and Recipient of the Toastmasters International Communication & Leadership Award.
Erin is an Emmy Award winning journalist and member of the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame with 3 decades of experience as a journalist. She spent 18 years as an evening news anchor and five years writing documentaries for public television and contributing to NPR. She is also the author of two books, Finding Bliss and For the Love of Storytelling. Her weekly newspaper column, Erin Breen’s Family File has appeared in the Reno Gazette Journal since 2000 and is now in syndication. She is currently the anchor for KTVN’s Channel 2 News This Morning.
Erin lives in Reno, Nevada with her husband and three children and enjoys writing, spending time with her kids and going to the beach.
10:30 A.M. Break
10:45 A.M. Introductions
11:00 A.M. District Office Address & Proclamation
11:10 A.M. Division B Governor Dwayne Landenberger’s Address
11:15 A.M. Recognition of Club Presidents
11:30 A.M. Upcoming Division Calendar & Contest Information
11:45 A.M. Leadership Breakfast Adjourns
12:00 Noon- Commence Office Training
1:00 P.M. Adjourn Officer Training
Please arrive 15 minutes early for registration.
Due to the requirement to pre-pay for the event and due to the venue cancellation fees/requirements, there are no refunds. You are welcome to sell your ticket to someone else, however finding your replacement is your responsibility. Notify Dianne Steele of any changes at Dianne.Steele@district39.org
When & Where
District 39 Toastmasters
Want to improve your speaking, listening and leadership skills? Toastmasters has the answer. Find a club on www.district39.org and see for yourself. Toastmasters is open to all interested adults. Toastmasters - Where Leaders Are Made