Want a good story? Brainstorm, then join District 27’s storytelling club.

Storytelling is both personal and the foundation of many well-received speeches. Great storytellers like President Franklin D. Roosevelt mastered the art, and you can learn to become one too. But […]

Want To Boost Management Skills: Sign Up for ‘Team Collaboration’ Path

The Pathways Program was introduced into District 27 in March of 2016 to help guide members in mastering five core Toastmasters competencies—public speaking, interpersonal communication, strategic leadership, management and confidence. […]

Officers swap ‘club success’ ideas; advance towards Distinguished Club status

Today, dozens of club officers braved the winter cold to attend the Toastmasters Leadership Institute (TLI), a one-day seminar designed to boost leadership and management skills of people in these […]

Toastmasters ‘Shine! Shout! Share!’ at District 27 Fall Conference

Toastmasters from across the Washington Metropolitan Area converged in Arlington, Virginia, last weekend for their fall district conference. At the event, dozens of District 27 members networked, shared educational experiences, […]

Where will Pathways take you? For you, it could be “Effective Coaching.”

As District 27 zooms full-throttle towards its transition to Pathways, you should familiarize yourself with the educational program. If you’re new to Toastmasters or just new to Pathways, this, and […]

Meet District 27 Leadership: Area 31 Director James Ivy

Editor’s Note: Recently, Jay Krasnow, District 27 Public Relations Manager, sat down for an interview with Area 31 Director James Ivy to talk about his experiences as a leader in […]