The Executive Committee of Wolverhampton Speakers Club


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Carolyn Micklethwaite
Carolyn is this year's WSC President.

'I am a long term member of our speakers club and cannot understate the confidence I have gained through speaking, which has been of great advantage in work as well as socially. I am pleased to see people of all ages and backgrounds come along to our club, many of whom will become valued members.'
James Whild
James is this year's WSC Vice President …

'Since joining WSC I have seen a number of benefits both personally and professionally. I have been able to improve my confidence and self esteem, and, through becoming a better public speaker, I have also progressed in my career. The value has been exceptional and covers the cost of admission many times over.'
Peter Sinnott
Peter is the WSC Secretary. He says:

'As a long-term member of the club and past President, it has given me much pleasure over the years to watch new members grow into confident and polished public speakers. It remains my goal to assist in the growth and sustainability of the club so more of our local community can learn the wonderful art of good communications.'
 
Maura Sherar
Maura is WSC Treasurer
Brian Micklethwaite
Brian is the WSC Education Director and Webmaster

'After a long career in education and IT, I am now retired. I am a long-term member of the club and have been Education Director for some years and have also been WSC President. I am passionate about being able to help ordinary people grow and gain confidence in speaking in public and in communication.'
Adam Bowen
Adam is WSC Membership Officer and is also Immediate Past President and Deputy Education Director …

' I believe the WSC to have been one of the best investments I have made. Like many, I had a great fear of public speaking, yet through the WSC was able to overcome these fears and thrive. I was able to move through the exercises and roles within the club, all done in a supportive and friendly atmosphere.'
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