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Paul Finkelstein (ACG ALB)
About Me: I love how Toastmasters develops leadership and communication skills. CompetitiveCommunicators.com will be an online Toastmasters club that meets weekly on Tuesday nights at 7:30pm for a meet and greet and 8:00pm-9:00pm for its meeting.Public speaking is a muscle. Use it or lose it. Ready to join us? I also am an avid photographer and marathon runner. I am aiming for my first half ironman triathlon this November 2017. Look forward to hearing about you in your ice breaker speech for 4 to 6 minutes on Tuesday nights. Ready?
VP of Education
Martin Greene (CC, CL)
About Me: Born in Bayonne, NJ, grew up in Bergen County, graduated from U of Maryland with BS in Education. After a 10-year career as an instrumental music teacher I transitioned to project and project controls management in the construction, engineering and IT arenas. Began my Toastmasters journey with and currently President of Powerful Voices, a closed corporate club with FPL in Jupiter, Florida, where I work as a Project Controls Manager. My wife Eleanor and I live in Palm City, Florida, where we enjoy playing tennis and golf. We also co-own Elmar Life Solutions which provides services and products which enable our clients to enhance their lives through clean, healthy living and personal development.
VP of Membership
VP of Public Relations
About Me: I started Toastmasters with the Huachuca Lunchtime Toastmasters on Fort Huachuca Army post in Arizona in July 2012. I remained in that club until we moved in 2015. In 2015 I joined the Gettysburg Addressers Club in Gettysburg PA and Competitive Communicators as a charter member in the summer of 2017. My son, Joshua, is my biggest supporter and has done Toastmasters with me since he was 12. Together we have grown in our speaking skills and desire to lead effectively. Toastmasters gives me the courage to speak to groups of people about the things I have a passionate for. I enjoy the opportunities given to me to speak to an audience. I still get nervous, but often reflect on what my mentor in AZ once told me, "Get those butterflies into formation!" I like knowing nervers are ok and can exist, but that we can overcome them through continued practice. Toastmasters is Where Leaders Are Made - for sure!