After the Spring 2017 convention, Su Brooks sat down with the Winner of District 83’s International Speech and Evaluation contests, Stacey Greene, to ask her a few questions.
Where do you work and what is your occupation?
I work at Prudential Financial as a Project Manager in the Global Business Technology Systems Organization.
What made you decide to become a Toastmaster?
I loved the opportunity to work on projecting my naturally soft-spoken voice as well as the instantaneous feedback that Toastmasters provides. The feedback has allowed me to develop a fondness for healthy and constructive feedback and to know the difference between that and destructive feedback.
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