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2016 Fall Conference - 25 Nov 16

District 59 Western & Southern Europe
District 95 Central,Northern & Eastern Europe
District U Undistricted Clubs

South West Germany      
Division Director Contact Data
Mirja Iannuccelli, ACS ALB Send e-mail
Evening Phone +49 172 7810139
Daytime Phone +49 171 9230060
Mobile +49 171 9230060
Division News

Dear Division F Toastmasters,

I wish us all a fabulous and prosperous Toastmasters Year ahead ! May all our wishes become true !

We have an excellent Team eagerly waiting to start officially. Please support with me our fresh new Area Directors:


Sascha Friedmann – Area Director F1 – Stuttgart, Heilbronn

Oliver Hauss – Area Director F2 – Mannheim, Heidelberg, Ludwigshafen, Ramstein

Darryl Heron – Area Director F3 – Wiesbaden, Mainz, Darmstadt

Kai-Juergen Lietz – Area Director F4 – Frankfurt, Bergstrasse, Bad Homburg

Anke Humpert – Area Director F5 – Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Freiburg

 Good luck and all the best to you !


This is also the first official year for four new clubs that have been founded last year:

Rhetorik - Club Mainz

John Deere Germany Toastmasters

Speaker`s Loft,  Stuttgart

Taunus Toastmasters e.V., Bad Homburg

Our Division has grown to 26 clubs and reaches from Bad Homburg to Freiburg.


An exciting year is ahead of us and I want to bring your attention to 4 main focus areas:

1. Growth and Stability

Stability is the foundation of growth. We need stable clubs – clubs with at least 25 members in which members achieve their educational goals. Stable clubs are able to support new prospective clubs with their experience. I would like to see a lot more collaboration and even partnerships between existing and new clubs. There are a number of initiatives planned and going on to build new clubs in our Division, including Advanced Clubs and multi-lingual clubs.

2. Quality through Education

Our strengths are in the field of empowering our officers at Club Officer Trainings and at winning new members. Almost all clubs managed to recruit at least 8 new members in the past TM year. This is impressive.

However, we have an area for improvement in reaching Educational Awards ! 2015-16 only 60 % of our clubs achieved a number of CC, CL and Advanced Communication and Leadership Awards. I am asking you, club members and officers – to find out why so we can solve these issues together so you become healthy clubs of high quality where members reach their educational goals !

3. Communication

One of my goals this year is to improve communication within our Division to ensure every member feels well informed and knows where and how to find the information he is looking for. This can easily be achieved by opening and using new communication channels – our Facebook Southwest Germany page, our updated (in progress) Division and Area pages in EasySpeak, by a completely new Webpage and by clearly defined lines of communication. I am encouraging you to participate – to post your club achievements, your questions, your planned events and your news and share them with the rest of our Division !

4. Collaboration

We are a team of 26 very unique special clubs, each with its own individual club culture and atmosphere. Our clubs consist out of members with multiple talents and impressive personalities. This is one of our strengths – we can learn from our diversity !

I want to encourage you to visit each others club meetings, to cooperate with each other, to plan and conduct joint events, to build up a network and support each other – on club and on individual level. It does not have to end at the borders of our Division. How about visiting a club in a different Division, Country, District – next time you are travelling ? 

 I am very much looking forward to a great year ahead with you and I hope to get to know as many as possible of you ! Feel free to reach out to me or to your respective Area Director in case of questions. I am interested in your ideas on how to make this a fabulous Division F Toastmasters Year for all of us !


If you are wondering who I am:

Due to the fact that I was born and raised in Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) by a german mother and an italian father my mind is German and my heart is Italian. I lived and worked in various cities and countries including US, Japan, Russia, India and Argentina. After moving around a lot I came from Munich to Wiesbaden 3 years ago and that is when I joined Toastmasters. I´m married to my job, working as a project manager for an international consulting company that keeps me travelling around a bit throughout the week.

I am passionate about books, the quietness of archery and swimming, dancing Swing & Lindy Hop, as well as languages and oceans.


But most of all: I am looking forward to being your Division Director this year !


Best wishes,


District 95 Director Division F




My Dear Fellow Members,

TUNE IN TO THE BLAB District 95 Toastmasters podcast for information about PATHWAYS - the new educational program from Toastmasters!  CLICK ON THIS LINK ->-> BLAB PODCAST

Here's a description about tonight's episode from Darryl Herron, BLAB creator:

Today we’re interviewing Past Toastmasters International President, Pat Johnson live on Blab at 6 PM (Berlin Time). Pat has played instrumental role in the development of the coming new Toastmasters Educational system at Toastmasters. The transformation has been called R.E.P (Revitalized Education Program) and has been recently been renamed “Pathways Learning Experience”. It has been a number of years since the Educational system at Toastmasters was being changed this significantly, you might even say that it has never been changed this much before, so there are a lot of questions out there on what is changing and what it all means. Our session today is likely to answer many of the questions you have and you have the chance to take part in conversation with a Past Toastmasters International President as well.

To attend the session live, you’ll need to log in with Twitter (preferred method) or Facebook. Blab works best with the Chrome or Firefox web browsers. In the even that you’re not able to attend live, we’ll make the recording available afterwards. It should be a lot of fun.



Wendy, your Public Relations Manager


ONCE AGAIN our District made a SPECTACULAR SHOWING in the Toastmasters world at the International Convention last week in Washington DC !  Our District 95 Speech Champion, László Szűcs, pulled off a great performance to place 3rd in a tough Semi-Final round! CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU, CHAMP!



More moments of glory as past and present leaders and members of District 95 joined the ranks of of Presidents Distinguisghed District AGAIN this year!  This huge achievement reflects the committment of every single member.  THANK YOU and CONGRATULATIONS! 



Dear fellow Toastmasters,
We would like to remind that till the end of the month, you have an unique opportunity to book a room in Warsaw Plaza Hotel, where the conference takes place, with a Toastmasters discount.

We would like to take care of your comfort as much as we can. Just disembark from the aircraft, and we will do the rest Smile

There will be organized shuttle bus from the airport for the conference participants. Keeping together is also a great possibility to spend more time with each other!   For more details please see:

My Dear Members, 

We are in the process of giving our Social Media assets a much needed FACELIFT. I am very pleased to tell you that we have a new and improved District 95 Instagram account - tmidistrict95 .  The page is looking GREAT already, thanks to our Imstagram manager, Elena Paweta's professional touches!  We need you to help us "Let the World Know" about our events, conferences, and individuals that make our District special in the Toastmasters world!  

How can you help ?


  • FOLLOW US on Instagram


Thanks for getting in touch with me!


Wendy, Your PR Officer







Dear Members,

Today I received the end of the year phone call from Jim Kokocki, our International President. He congratulated   our District on reaching President’s Distinguished status and shared this good news:  OUR District 95 is ranked number 8 in the world and number 2 in net club growth! During our discussion, Jim referred to his visit to our District Conference in Prague. He’s still impressed by the number of attendees and what an inspiring atmosphere we had. He also expressed concern about the  Munich tragedy yesterday and hoped that all our members are safe.  Today I send warm wishes again to all of our members there.

I want to thank you all for the great numbers! This huge achievement is the result of a joint effort by all 6953 members in District 95.  We had an exciting Toastmasters year focused on growth and excellence! The numbers speak for themselves:

  • 95 clubs reached President’s Distinguished Club status
  • 19 Areas were President’s Distinguished Areas
  • All Divisions reached at least the Distinguished level –  11 President’s Distinguished + 1 Select Distinguished Division

Special thanks to our Club leaders, Area Directors and Division Directors for a job well done!

We also grew geographically! At the Fall Conference we voted to welcome two new countries, Bulgaria and Moldavia, into our District. The Reformation proposal, approved at the Spring   conference comes at the right time: currently we’re number 3 in the world in terms of  number of members and number 8 in terms number of  clubs. However, we were the only District spreading over so many countries: 15

Thank you for the spirit and commitment that made these great numbers possible.

Tuire Vuolasvirta,  Immediate Past District 95 Director, 2015-2016

“All for one and one for all”


Our Clubs
Club Name City Area  Area Director
Stuttgart International Toastmasters Stuttgart F1 Sascha Friedmann
Verdi Rhetorik Toastmasters Stuttgart F1 Sascha Friedmann
Rednermanufaktur Stuttgart Stuttgart F1 Sascha Friedmann
Toastmasters Stuttgart Downtown Club Stuttgart F1 Sascha Friedmann
Heilbronn Toastmasters Club Heilbronn F1 Sascha Friedmann
Rhetorik im Gebrüder Schmid Zentrum Stuttgart F1 Sascha Friedmann
BASF Toastmasters Ludwigshafen F2 Oliver Hauss
Heidelberg International Toastmasters Heidelberg F2 Oliver Hauss
Mannheim International Toastmasters Mannheim F2 Oliver Hauss
Rhetorik Club Mannheim Mannheim F2 Oliver Hauss
Ramstein Speakers Bureau Ramstein F2 Oliver Hauss
John Deere Toastmasters Mannheim F2 Oliver Hauss
Rhetorik Club Wiesbaden Wiesbaden F3 Darryl Heron
Word Weavers Wiesbaden F3 Darryl Heron
Famous Toastmasters Wiesbaden F3 Darryl Heron
Mainzer Rhetorikclub Mainz F3 Darryl Heron
Darmstadt Toastmasters Darmstadt F3 Darryl Heron
Esprit de Corps Frankfurt F4 Kai-Jürgen Lietz
Rhetorik Club Frankfurt Frankfurt F4 Kai-Jürgen Lietz
Business Club Toastmasters Frankfurt F4 Kai-Jürgen Lietz
Taunus Toastmasters Bad Homburg F4 Kai-Jürgen Lietz
Rhetorik Club Bergstrasse Bensheim F4 Kai-Jürgen Lietz
Karlsruhe Toastmasters Club Karlsruhe F5 Anke Humpert
Karlsruhe Redeclub e.V. Karlsruhe F5 Anke Humpert
Speaker´s Loft Stuttgart F5 Anke Humpert
Rhetorik-Club Freiburg Freiburg F5 Anke Humpert

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