Lukas Liebich DTM

Lukas joined Toastmasters in 2012, while he was working as a Management Consultant in Accenture.
He fell in love with having opportunities to entertain various audiences with his – sometimes little strange – ideas.
He delivered speeches about how his grandma improved his dating life, about the role of Pina Colada in gender equality and in some of his workshops, he made people sing Britney Spears songs.
Today, he is working as Associate Director – Design Thinking Architect in MSD and delivers trainings and workshops in various places around the world, from Austin, Texas; Dubai, UAE and Singapore in… well, Singapore

Keynote Speech: Little Strange Ideas

Piotr Chimko

Little Strange Ideas

Jean Gamester

A Toastmaster since 2006, Gamester is a member of her home club, Cardiff Toastmasters. She has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization. She reflects that Toastmasters has helped her gain communication and leadership skills that have empowered her to lead complex strategic change in organizations and helps her inspire as a speaker and university lecturer. She says, “People tend to join Toastmasters because they want to become more confident and capable speakers. We tend to stay for a variety of reasons—because we connect with the creative joy of speaking in public, we develop the skill of leadership, we build great friendships. Subtly over time, we become better versions of ourselves—we communicate, listen, care, and contribute more richly to our families and communities.”

Keynote Speech: TBD

Jean Gamester