News Release from Dan Weedin

Dan Weedin is Featured Presenter for Regional Conference

Local consultant speaks at Toastmasters Conference in Oakland, CA

Poulsbo, WA (June 26, 2009) – Dan Weedin, a local consultant and communications effectiveness coac

h for business leaders, recently gave an educational presentation for the Toastmasters Region 1 Conference in Oakland, CA on June 20.


Over 200 Toastmasters spanning from British Columbia to Northern California, and including Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming attended the conference.  Weedin gave a 60-minute presentation on how to leverage the use of stories in business presentations to more effectively deliver your message.  Tyree Johnson, the 2009 Education chair for the conference and Past District 57 Governor said, “Dan is the consummate professional speaker. He connects with confident competence so that his audience finds learning both fun and effec

tive. His unique insights and presence make him a top-notch presenter and the audience loves him for it.” 

Weedin is a member of two Toastmasters clubs in Kitsap County.  He was recently quoted in Toastmaster Magazine on the topic of effective networking with improved communication skills. 

For more information, contact Dan Weedin at (360) 697-1058; (360) 824-8100 (fax); or Please also visit our website at 



Author: danweedin

Consultant / Speaker / Author

One thought on “News Release from Dan Weedin

  1. Dan, it was great attending your session at the Region 1 conference. It was both entertaining and educational. I’m looking forward to incorporating what I learned about storytelling into my own speeches.

    Keep up the good work.

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