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National Speakers Association Of New Zealand Inc
NSANZ is the national body where speaking professionals come together to develop their speaking business. It exists to support members in becoming better speaking professionals and develop their speaking business; and to develop, promote and uphold the highest possible standards of professional speaking.
The set-up of NSANZ organisation was greatly assisted by the National Speakers Association of Australia (NSAA) in 1994. The Australian association in turn had been modelled upon and assisted by the more mature U.S. counterpart, the National Speakers Association. Both NSANZ and NSAA now enjoy a close relationship with the American association and other professional speakers associations worldwide.
The first chapter established was in Auckland and so, by default, the New Zealand Association was also the Auckland Chapter. At one time or another there have been chapters or branches in Christchurch, Wellington and Palmerston North, each of which has spent some time in recess.
Robyn Pearce CSP was the 2006-2007 President of IFFPS (now the Global Speakers Federation), the first New Zealander to hold this honour.
2009-10 Hannah Samuel (Professional Member)
There was no separate National President before this date.
Note about this list: This is a partial and incomplete list of the Presidents of chapters and NSANZ national executive.
Two chapters: Auckland and Christchurch
Read more or join NSANZVisit the website of NSANZ to read more or to join NSANZ and thus also obtain Federation membership.
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