Speaker: Donna "Dahmia" Komidar, President, Cleveland Clinic Toastmasters Club
It is often said that people fear speaking in public more than dying.
But as professional fundraisers, effectively communicating in public is an essential component of our success.
Join us for an interactive session to help ease those public speaking fears with Donna "Dahmia" Komidar, one of Cleveland Magazine's Most Interesting People and president of the Cleveland Clinic Toastmasters Club.
will use the topic, "The Language of Love and the Gift of Giving" to highlight creative ways one can communicate, using Toastmasters strategies of vocal variety, body language and the extra dimension of "putting your own personality" into getting your point across.
In addition to improving your public speaking, you may also learn a few dance moves, as Donna has been a hula instructor for the past 30 years!
Please join us for what promises to be a very educational and entertaining session.
About the Presenter: Donna "Dahmia" Komidar
President of Cleveland Clinic Toastmasters Club, she has been a member of Toastmasters for five years and has achieved Advanced Communicator Gold which is the highest goal attainable for speeches as well as Leadership Silver with a goal of Distinguished Toastmaster by June of this year.
has won speech competitions at several levels.
has been target speaker for evaluation & competition training for other Toastmaster clubs and conferences.
As a Reiki Master on the Touch Healing Team at the Cleveland Clinic, Donna
time giving healing energy treatments to patients, their families and other employees.
Donna has also been a teacher and performer of both Middle Eastern and Polynesian Dance for 30 years.