DISTRICT 95: driven by you

We empower and inspire our members and District leaders, igniting motivation, growth and excellence.


Improve your public speaking skills, practice writing speeches and presenting in a group setting, and enjoy unlimited personal growth,


Build leadership skills, maximize your potential and gain a competitive advantage in the workplace.


Work on networking in a small and supportive environment, build self-confidence and self-awareness.


Find out the latest news, announcements and information from D95

Upcoming Events

  • Club Officer Training (Summer 2022)

    August 12, 2022 to August 31, 2022
  • Fraenkly Speaking Eval-athon

    August 13, 2022


Empowering individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders

Global Clubs

  • Community Clubs
  • Corporate Clubs
  • Government, College & Other Clubs

Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development. Our more than 300,000 members improve their speaking and leadership skills by attending one of our nearly 16,000 clubs in 149 countries.

District 95 Clubs

Our District helps develop better communicators and leaders in 4 countries, and globally through our online clubs. We have over 150 clubs in total, serving more than 4000 members. Somewhere across our District there is a Toastmasters meeting taking place every day of the week!

What could you gain from Toastmasters?

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