Sharon Hill to Serve as 2012-2013 Region Advisor for Toastmasters International

Top Quote Triangle-based Professional Speaker and Etiquette Expert to Oversee Southeast Region of Toastmasters Districts. End Quote
  • Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC (1888PressRelease) March 30, 2012 - Toastmasters International has named Certified Etiquette Trainer, Sharon Hill the 2012-2013 Region Advisor for Region 7, which includes the east coast states from Pennsylvania to North Carolina.

    Hill assumed her seat March 1, 2012; there are 8 districts in her region. As Region Advisor, she will provide guidance as she helps the districts increase marketing capacity to build membership and new clubs.

    The role of the Region Advisor is key for club development and growth by supporting the local leadership in operations and marketing. By mentoring future district leaders, Region Advisors help ensure the continuation of Toastmasters for years to come.
    Toastmasters International educates members on developing skills for today's social and work environments. In these competitive times, when job applicants are investing in career coaches and other expensive training, Toastmasters is an inexpensive option for job seekers or anyone wanting to improve their communication savvy.

    About Sharon Hill International:
    Sharon Hill International introduces an innovative and dynamic formula for proper business etiquette, created by the American Business Etiquette Trainers Association (ABETA), teaching employees about corporate loyalty and retaining customers. Sharon Hill, President of Sharon Hill International, speaks to groups, organizations and corporations across the globe, focusing on business etiquette, diversity training and communication in the workplace. To learn more about Sharon Hill International, or to book a seminar, please email info ( @ ) sharonhillinternational dot com dot

    About Toastmasters International:
    Toastmasters International is a non-profit organization where members improve their speaking and leadership skills by attending one of the 13,000 clubs where they give presentations and then are peer-evaluated. A typical group has 20 to 40 members who meet weekly, biweekly or monthly, meetings last 60-90 minutes.

    There is no instructor in a Toastmasters meeting. Instead, members evaluate one another's presentations. This feedback process is a key part of the program's success. Meeting participants also give impromptu talks on assigned topics, conduct meetings and develop skills related to timekeeping, grammar and parliamentary procedure.

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