by Emily Murray, DTM, Summit Chair 2020

Summit is just a couple of weeks away! I know you want to spend Nov 7 with your friends learning cool new things! We have a full day planned so you can take your 2 Steps Forward with Summit.

Area Council in the morning- for Club Presidents, VPEs, and VPMs to get down with their Area Directors and set up for some serious growth! The Keynote speaker will be Violetta Rios, Region 3 Advisor.

Education Sessions Galore- we have 4 sessions, each of which has 3 concurrent presentations- we have a multitude of amazingness for you. The presenters are numbered according to the slot they will be presenting in, so take 2 Steps Forward and start planning your day now! You’ll get to choose one presentation in each session. The Mid-day Keynote will be D25’s very own Isaac Washington.

After the education session is the Leadership Panel- Jamie Pickering will moderate this opportunity to learn about leadership opportunities within D25. Learn about the various roles and get your questions answered so you can plan your 2 Steps Forward into leadership beyond your club.

Finally- The World Famous DTM Ceremony. This will be the first one broadcast live, and you don’t want to miss the opportunity to watch and celebrate these achievements. Marylee Mims, herself also receiving the DTM award this year, will be the Evening Keynote speaker.

Are you dying to know more about our keynotes? You can check them out here!

And for fun and a bonus- this year’s Summit is having a raffle! You don’t have to attend the Summit to purchase tickets, they are sold separately- 1 for $5, or 5 for $20. The raffle will be drawn by Christopher Rasmussen the Mid-Day Toastmaster after the Mid-Day Keynote. The 5 prizes are #1. Two bottles of wine; #2. A handmade quilt (value $849); #3 2 hours of social media/website tutoring with Jesse Ford, District PRM; #4. A package of three 1-hour massages; and #5. 1-year of paid Toastmasters Membership.

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