Ernst & Young Toastmasters,  established 1988, is open to anyone looking to develop their communication and leadership skills. We are a member of Toastmasters International,  a world leader in communication and leadership with more than 332,000 members and 15,400 clubs in 135 countries.

The world needs leaders. Leaders head families, coach teams, run businesses and mentor others. These leaders must not only accomplish, they must communicate.

By regularly giving speeches, gaining feedback, leading teams and guiding others to achieve their goals in a supportive atmosphere, leaders emerge from the Toastmasters program.

Every Toastmasters journey begins with a single speech. During their journey, they learn to tell their stories. They listen and answer. They plan and lead. They give feedback—and accept it. Through our community of learners, they find their path to leadership.

Farewell Caroline

Written by Lloyd Dicks The E&Y Club is heartsore to bid farewell to one of its key members. Caroline Greenway joined the Club in 2001 and has become an incredible asset to our club. She served for two years running (2002/3 – 2003/4) as VPE and in 2004/5 not only did she lead the club […]

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November 2006: Tongue Tied

Written by Greer Blizzard Standing up in front of a large group of people to deliver a speech or tell a joke can sometimes be a very daunting task…Many of us in that position are sometimes left at a loss for words or tongue tied, however the spirit of Toast Masters challenges us to go […]

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Adele Wood and Neil Smith are married

Adele Wood, a longstanding member of our club and past club officer, was married to Neil Smith on the 16th September 2006. On behalf of the E&Y TM Club, we wish Adele and Neil all the love and happiness possible. Congrats to both of you.

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Christof Appel beaten by ‘The Greatest’

Written by Christof Appel “And in second place…” No matter how proud one feels to represent District 74 at the World Championships you just can’t hide your disappointment when your name finishes that sentence. My DNAR contest [Districts Not Assigned to Regions, in other words all Toastmasters Districts outside North America] proved to be an […]

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