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Toastmasters International is a worldwide organization with over 16,000 clubs and over 357,000 members.  It is best described by Toastmasters International itself at its [http://www.toastmasters.org/About/Who-We-Are] website.  It is often abbreviated as "[[TI]]".  It should not be confused with [[World Headquarters]], which is the principal place of business, employing (as of 2016) over 100 people.
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Toastmasters International is a worldwide organization with over 16,000 [[club]]s and over 357,000 [[club]] [[member]]s.  It is best described by Toastmasters International itself at its [http://www.toastmasters.org/About/Who-We-Are] website.  It is often abbreviated as "[[TI]]".  It should not be confused with [[World Headquarters]], which is the principal place of business, employing (as of 2016) over 100 people.
  
 
The organization's guiding documents are its [[Governing Documents]].
 
The organization's guiding documents are its [[Governing Documents]].

Latest revision as of 17:34, 19 May 2019

Toastmasters International is a worldwide organization with over 16,000 clubs and over 357,000 club members. It is best described by Toastmasters International itself at its [1] website. It is often abbreviated as "TI". It should not be confused with World Headquarters, which is the principal place of business, employing (as of 2016) over 100 people.

The organization's guiding documents are its Governing Documents.

See also Toastmasters International Online Store, Famous Toastmasters and International Board of Directors.

Toastmasters was founded by Ralph C Smedley.

See also Toastmaster, for a discussion of the various ways the words "Toastmaster" and "Toastmasters" may be used.