“Meet 2018’s Top 10 Global Young Future Leaders recognized by the’s LEAD
Leadership Excellence Awards in Salt Lake City, USA.

Andrew Tsuro is a Professional Speaker, Corporate MC and Trainer. Moreover, he is a meticulous millennial that has been in the public speaking circuit since he was 11 years and now with a great zeal for speaking at various conferences, workshops and corporate banquets in neighbouring countries. 

As an ardent advocate for millennial leadership, his work credits include work done with training companies and with Toastmasters International, a world leader in leadership and communication skills development. These fulfil his gusto of facilitating training in corporate.

 Andrew is a firm believer in the mantra, “Excuses or Results.” This is evident by his numerous achievements; from recently being the Southern Africa Hall of Fame Bright Spark Award winner (for innovation) in 2016 to the Division Director of the Year in early 2018 – to mention only but a few. With Andrew, “whatever his mind conceives and believes, his mind can achieve.“

Over and above these awards, at 21, Andrew was recognized with the Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) accolade for excellence in Communication and Leadership – the highest accolade bestowed by Toastmasters International. Leading up to this, he had been actively involved in creating platforms for leadership development in corporates such as General Electric South Africa, Mercedes-Benz South Africa and Vodacom.

 Andrew has also ‘selflessly served’ in numerous leadership positions. Currently, Andrew is a on the Cabinet of Toastmasters in Southern Africa as heading Public Relations for Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.” 

I am inspired by the people who believe in me, and motivated by the opposite as I pursue the Hall of Fame!,

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“If your mirror does not reflect your true, intrinsic value, get rid of it, it is useless” – Andrew Tsuro