Hillside Woman Elected Toastmasters’ District Governor

NEWARK — Cyndi Wilson, PMP/DTM of Hillside was elected as the District Governor for Toastmasters District 83, serving members in metropolitan New Jersey, Rockland County, and Staten Island, New York.

Wilson is a member of three Toastmasters clubs: Midtown Toastmasters, Northern Stars Advanced Club (both of Basking Ridge) and Impact 21 Club of Rahway.

As District Governor, Wilson sets direction for the district and guides it toward fulfilling its responsibilities to members. She looks forward to providing the tools needed to build skills. “Toastmasters helped me to develop into a good communicator and a solid leader,” she said. “The skills I learned in Toastmasters brought out the best that I could be in the office and in my community. It’s open to all and it helps all. Toastmasters is where leaders are made.”

She is a product/project manager, having spent the majority of her career in the telecommunications industry. Wilson is also a substitute teacher in the Hillside Public School system. A three-time graduate of New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, she brings her team-leading and team-building skills to her office.


Other 2013-2014 officers include:

  • Lieutenant Governor of Education and Training: Anne Gilson, DTM, of Middletown
  • Lieutenant Governor of Marketing: Bill Hood, ACS/ALB, of Wanaque
  • Public Relations Officer: Lynda Starr, ACS/ALB, of Parsippany
  • District Treasurer: Steve Delia, ACS/ALB of Gillette
  • District Secretary: Su Brooks, ACG/ ALB, of Tinton Falls

Toastmasters is dedicated to helping members develop speaking and leadership skills by participating in member-driven meetings that act as laboratories for learning in a non-judgmental, mutually supportive environment. Through impromptu and prepared speeches members develop skills and receive feedback.

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