Semi-Annual Conference 2016
Welcome to the District 69
Semi Annual Conference on the changed date of
Sunday, 13th November 2016
Please note the changed date and venue!
Caboolture RSL Club
Corner Hasking St & Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture, Qld, 4510, Australia
Register by 5 November 2016
The District Council Session download is coming soon.
It will include Notice of Meeting, Agenda, Motions on Notice, and Reports
The Proxy Voting form is to be used if you are a voting member of the District Council (including all District 69 Club Presidents and Vice-Presidents of Education) but will not be attending, and you are transferring your vote to another member of your club. Please return the form to either the District Administration Manager or bring to the credentials desk at SAC Registration.
HURRY! Award Nominations Close Very Soon
Recognise District 69’s Highest Achievers
Toastmaster of the Year 2015-2016
Division Director of the Year 2015-2016
Area Director of the Year 2015-2016
Nominations for each of the above close on Friday, 4th November.
Triple Boomerang Award recipients for 2015-2016 are also announced at SAC.
Nominations for Triple Boomerang close on Monday, 10th October.
Enjoy the sessions presented by:
David Fisher DTM, ID – Connecting with Authenticity; and Where Leaders Are Made
Shane Cooper DTM, CGD – A Brave New Future
Mark Snow DTM, MDivD – Pathways
Tom Ware DTM – Self-knowledge and Self-understanding
Learn more about this year’s special guest presenter below.
International Director, Region 12
David Fisher DTM, of Sydney, Australia, is a consultant and managing director at Jedda Investment Group Pty Ltd, which he started in 1999. Fisher has undertaken varied consulting roles in the areas of property investment, debt consolidation and finance, software development, and strategic planning for a startup.
Fisher holds a Diploma in Business Information Systems from KLZ in Zurich, Switzerland. He is the founder of three companies, and has served on committees of various disabilities services and squash organisations. He also works with club leadership committees and has led several IT project teams.
A dedicated Toastmaster since 2003, Fisher is a charter member of his home club, Community Speakers, in New South Wales. He 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 organisation.
“Toastmasters has changed my life,” he says. “It has given me the ability and confidence to voice my opinion and be heard. It has allowed me to connect with people and to lead people in business and other areas.”
As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Fisher is a “working ambassador” for the organisation. He works with the Board to develop, support, and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.