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VP of Education: Jason Kent
How I became a Toastmaster: Shortly after my fingers left indentations on a lectern during a speech at the annual meeting of the Idaho-Utah American Fisheries Society Chapters in Pocatello, Idaho.
Favorite Toastmasters meeting: Any one of the frequent Electric Toasters meetings that highlight the intercultural experiences of our international members.
Why should you join Electric Toasters: Since I joined Toastmasters, lecterns are finally safe and no longer have to worry about finger indentations from me. Will they be safe from you?
VP of Membership: Sarah Skinner
Passion: Snowboarding and making my own clothing from design to execution
How I became a Toastmaster: I ran out of excuses for not joining
Favorite Toastmasters meeting: Speech #4 - the feedback from the group was constructive, inspirational and motivating. I hope every member gets to experience it.
Why should you join Electric Toasters: It’s the most fun and supportive place to work on communication skills!
Treasurer: Steve Wilcox
Passion: Oregon State Beaver anything (especially college football), golfing, spending time with my two daughters.
How I became a Toastmaster: I have no epic speaking failures like some, it was just suggested by my bosses to join so I visited a few clubs and found this to be the best fit for me.
Favorite Toastmasters meeting: I think either my first or second meeting in which Jason had a speech contest instead of our normal routine and it was incredible hard and scary but ended up being a lot of fun.
Why should you join Electric Toasters: I think our group is so great as you have such a diverse group of people, very encouraging and really get to practice speaking in front of significant size room.