Profiles Found: 11
20 years experience in public speaking. This includes providing a briefing to military members up to United States Navy Admiral level,USAF Colonel and their civilian equivalent.
Kerry Austin has been a Toastmaster for over 16 years. He is a member of Distinguished Toastmasters in Norman and has won numerous speaking-awards but his most noted award is being selected as the 2018 Toastmasters International Speech Contest winner for the state of Oklahoma and 2008 Winner of the Humorous Speech Contest winner for the state of Oklahoma. Kerry is the recipient of the 2007 Dale Carnegie Leadership “Highest Award for Achievement”. He is also the creator and developer of Picture Perfect Memory Training and has authored 2 books, “Picture Perfect Memory” and “i Motivate”. He received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Southern Nazarene University. Although he has had many successes his proudest moments have been as a veteran of the United States Air Force where he proudly served his country for over 12-years.
Daniel Hanttula is known as "The Masonic Tour Guide," and his written works have been recognized by the Masonic Service Association, The Scottish Rite Journal, Freemasonry for Dummies, the Whence Came You podcast and many others. On the Masonic speaking circuit, Daniel has traveled from Delaware to Hawaii, speaking to lodges on leadership, technical and esoteric topics (See partial list, provided below). Most recently, Daniel was tapped by the MW Grand Lodge of the State of Oklahoma to give a 1-hour presentation on Masonic Social Media, and by the South Central Conference of the York Rite to speak on "Protecting Masonic Information." By day, Hanttula is a Virtual CIO and Managing Partner of Decision Forward LLC, and is contracted by schools and financial institutions to speak on 21st century Internet safety.
I first joined Toastmasters in the 70's and with periodic breaks in membership I remain a Toastmaster to this day. Among my claims to fame I can say I have made almost every monumental mistake a Toastmaster can make, but that just makes life fun!
Ray D. Willis, MBA, DTM, is a highly versatile, innovative management professional emphasizing innovation and creativity in solving complex problems.
A Toastmaster since 2015
Charles Redmon is a motivational speaker, writer, and storyteller. He has worked in retail, service, and laboratory environments. He's translated and interpreted back and forth between engineers, salespeople, business owners, and normal people. Since joining Toastmasters in 2011, he's spoken on a variety of topics, such as personal development, technology, values, and depression in both secular and non-secular settings.
I am just a guy who likes to see others succeed. I have worked in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. I have a intelligent and beautiful wife along with a sneaky strategic daughter. I also have two cats.
Education: North Salem High, Salem, Oregon 1973; University of Oklahoma Bachelors of Business Administration Major in Accounting 1978; University of Oklahoma College of Law, Juris Doctorate 1985; Charter member of Distinguished Toastmasters and Boomer Nooners. Current member of Distinguished Toastmasters and Boomer Storytellers; received Presidents Distinguished Award as Area Governor; Toastmaster of the Year for Distinguished Toastmasters 2017/2018; Toastmaster of the Year for Area K-3 2017/2018; second place in the District 16 International Speech Contest in 2009; earned the highest award in Toastmasters, DTM, in 5 1/2 years