Dr. Leroy Walker presented Toastmaster's 1996 Golden Gavel Award

November 1996
Jet;11/25/96, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p33
Announces that Leroy Walker, president of the United States Olympics Committee, has been awarded the 1996 Golden Gavel Award from Toastmaster International. Golden Gavel as an award for excellence in communications and leadership; Speakers at the ceremony including Curtis S. Woods.


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