A member of the Antigua Toastmasters Club is the recipient of the Toastmasters highest award – the Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM).
As detailed in a press release on June 30th, Toastmaster, Elka Price was the distinguished honoree by virtue of her having delivered more than 40 speeches and presentations, serving as a club and district officer for one year, and building a new Toastmasters Club.
As such, Price will be “joining less than one percent of the 357,000 Toastmaster members worldwide who share this prestigious title.”
In addition, Price also coordinated an 8-week Youth Leadership Workshop for the students of All Saints Secondary School.
Price, who is a banker by profession, has been a Toastmaster since 2012. Her Toastmasters resume includes serving the Antigua Toastmasters Club in the capacity of sergeant-at-arms, treasurer, vice president of education and current president of the club.
Last year, she was the area director for St. Kitts, Anguilla and 4 clubs in Antigua. Her area achieved the highest designation possible – President Distinguished.
According to a recent Toastmaster release, Price’s work is far from over. It said “Toastmaster Price will now focus on leading the Antigua Toastmasters Club and completing the Dynamic Leadership Path in our new education program – Pathways.”