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Public Relations Manager
Nancy Movrin, DTM

Public Relations is a fun and exciting role where you get to try different forms of media and communication to promote your club.

What motivates someone to come to a meeting? They want to learn in a supportive and enjoyable environment.

Have your Public Relations messaging  reflect that your club is welcoming, vibrant, and creative.

  • When using any social media,  make sure to add photos to enhance the experience.
  • ​Ask club members to help contribute to your PR efforts, such as posting a blog or newsletter article, or liking, commenting, and sharing social media posts.
  • ​Schedule routine “maintenance” on your club’s website.  Are your photos and  information current?  Build this into your planning schedule.

Public Relations is not just the job of a club’s Vice President Public Relations (VPPR).  Every member is a PR ambassador for Toastmasters.  Many people find out about our organization through word of mouth.  Inspire members to share their Toastmasters journey.

What are your Toastmasters experiences?  I invite you to contribute to our website blog, monthly newsletter, and social media channels. 

Let everyone know the great things your club is doing!

Toastmasters International has great resources to help you promote your club.  View some of them below.  Additional resources are found at   https://www.toastmasters.org/leadership-central/club-officer-tools/club-officer-roles/public-relations 

On another note, we wish a fond farewell to  PR team member Tomáš Rakušan.   Tomáš  joined our committee last year and quickly proved to be a valued contributor to the team.  He has moved to Alberta and transferred his membership to his new home toastmasters club.  Good luck Tomáš on your future  adventures.  Our loss is District 42’s gain.

PRM Team Members

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Kristina Johnston, DTM, PDD

Blog Editor, Email and Mailchimp Co-ordinator

Sree Padikkal

Sree Padikkal

Facebook Coordinator

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Steve Elliot, DTM

LinkedIn Coordinator

Samaa El-Sayed, DTM

Graphics Designer

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Bill Kirby, DTM

Messenger Chair

Dave Weber, DTM

Meetup Coordinator


Deepak Gulati

District Photographer

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Kevin Swayze

Press Release Coordinator

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Deanne Brown

Facebook Coordinator (Pubic)


Mikael Gatje, DTM

Newsletter Editor

General District 86 Resources

Your Club’s Digital Presence

Is it easy to find your club? Is your club advertised well?  Did you check what Internet search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, and others return if you type your club’s name, or simply Toastmasters in <Your City>? If you are unsure, you can refer to the FAQs below to help you improve your club’s digital presence:


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