Roger Caesar Brampton, Ontario - semifinalist in the world's largest speech contest representing District 86.
Roger completed with 9 division winners to win the district 86 competition of the Toastmasters International Speech Contest April 25,2015.
Roger has qualified to advance to the semifinal rounds of the contest. Roger is vying for one of 10 spots in the World Championship of Public Speaking to be held at the Toastmasters International Convention Saturday, Aug. 15 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Roger, a member of the Brampton Toastmasters Club, (website), in Brampton, Ontario surpassed fierce competition to win the hearts of the audience and judges alike with his speech. The speech touched on the themes of inspiration, passion and confidence
Ninety-six winners from districts around the world advanced to the semifinal round after a six-month process of elimination through club, area and district speech competitions. Their five- to seven-minute speeches were judged on content, organization, gestures and style.
"Toastmasters speech contests are another way to build your confidence, because you sharpen your skills and speak to many different audiences," says Caesar. "I am looking forward to competing on a much larger stage in Las Vegas!" Caesar is the owner of a logistics company in Brampton, Ontario. He joined Toastmasters to become a better speaker and leader at work and in the community.
The Toastmasters International Speech Contest is the world's largest speech contest, involving 30,000 participants from 126 countries. It culminates with the popular World Championship of Public Speaking held annually at the organization's 2015 International Convention.
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