AnnMarie Walker is the District Director for Toastmasters District 36. AnnMarie previously served the district as an Area Director, Division Director, TLI Dean/Instructor, Logistics Manager, Conference Contest Chair, Finance Manager, Club Growth Director, and most recently Club Quality Director.
Gwendolyn Miller, affectionately known as “Gwen,” is District 36's Club Quality Director. Gwen previously served in the roles of Club Growth Director, Division Director, Area Director, TLI Dean, TLI Educational Coordinator, District 36 Conference Registrar, as well as club roles such as the President, Vice President of Education, and Sergeant at Arms, and Vice President of Membership.
For more than 20 years, Bonnie has participated in Toastmasters in District 36. She is a frequent TLI trainer, and enjoys helping everyone develop to their potential. She likes to develop her creativity in Toastmasters, handcrafts, or cooking. She's earned two DTMs and has served as a club officer more times than Toastmasters has been in existence.
Joshua Uwe’l is a creative and business consultant based in Washington, DC. His areas of focus as a consultant and strategist are brand & media development, executive coaching, and business expansion.
As a consultant and business owner, Joshua has worked with clients such as The Robert Woodson Johnson Foundation, BET, MTV, The Human Rights Campaign, Favour Consulting, AFRAM, United Churches of Christ, T.D Jakes Ministries, DTLR, and V.S.O.P. His focus was on helping companies develop business infrastructures that allow for industry growth. He has worked with entertainers such as Fantasia, K. Michelle, Travis Scott, April Sampe’, and Pastor Cal (Married at First Sight).
Besides helping brands and individuals grow professionally and publicly, Joshua has written several books. He is the author of Brand Your Niche; a guide for companies and CEOs seeking to understand and expand their positioning in the marketplace. The Power Play Planner, a manifestation and wealth planner for black men; and a workbook dedicated to helping young black men celebrate their culture and affirm their own greatness entitled, I AM. Black Boy Affirmations.
When he isn’t behind the scenes, he spends his time as a motivational speaker and accountability coach.
Originally from the Chicago area, Scott has been a Toastmaster for 16 years. He has served as an officer many times and is a past District Governor (District Director) of District 36. He currently work for Fairfax County Government as the Emergency Management Coordinator of the Land Development Services Department. Previously, he spent many years as a volunteer and employee of the American Red Cross. Scott is a proud alum of the University of Miami. Go CANES!