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Public Relations Manager
Cheryl Rankin

The Public Relations team generates positive awareness of the Toastmasters brand, and we have three main jobs:

  • Communicate the value of Toastmasters to the public
  • Keep our members informed about District 86 activities
  • Protect the Toastmasters brand

We also provide resources to help you promote your club. It’s a cluttered world out there, and you can’t be everywhere, so where should you start? Start with the basics, like updating your club’s listing in the Toastmasters International directory:

Your Club’s Digital Presence

Most prospective guests, even if they have a personal invitation, will search for your club online before they visit. Let’s make sure that what they see looks professional and feels inviting.

Make sure your club’s listing in the Find-A-Club directory is complete and accurate. It should show five key things: your meeting date, time, location, your club website, and the “Contact Club” button. If the “Contact Club” button is missing, that means you need to add an email address.
To update your club’s listing, log in to Club Central and edit your Club Contact and Meeting Information.

You can list it there for free as an educational organization:

PRM Team Members

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John Wang, DTM

Meetup Coordinator

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Kevin Swayze

Press Release Coordinator


Mikael Gatje, DTM

Newsletter Editor

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Deann Brown

Facebook Coordinator (Public)


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Graphic Designer

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Bill Kirby, DTM

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PRM Events

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