The ANU Harrisonburg Campus was recently recognized by the Harrisonburg Chapter of Toastmasters International. “Harrisonburg Toastmasters club presented this award to American National University in appreciation for their support of the Toastmasters’ mission,” stated Frank Marshman, president of the Toastmasters Harrisonburg Chapter. “The Toastmasters club’s mission is to provide a supportive and positive environment where members can learn communication and leadership skills in a non-threatening environment.”
Toastmasters meets weekly at the ANU Harrisonburg Campus and director Wandile Maseko said that he was excited to partner with the organization, which has a membership of over 300,000 members in more than 135 countries worldwide.
"Just like Toastmasters, The ANU Harrisonburg Campus is committed to developing a diverse student population to become effective communicators and leaders in their fields,” said Wandile. “We are also thrilled that the Toastmasters Harrisonburg Chapter has extended opportunities to ANU students, faculty, and staff to help them improve their public speaking skills.”
ANU offers classroom space free of charge to local clubs and organizations, as available. For more information, contact your local campus.
Photo-Harrisonburg Toastmasters club president Frank Marshman (left) is pictured presenting a plaque of recognition to ANU Harrisonburg Campus director Wandile Maseko (right).
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