Helen Moses, President of Command Communication, PLLC, is a voice, speech, and accent specialist. She is a singer, speaker, author, and licensed speech-language pathologist. Helen holds a bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Rhodes College and a master’s degree in speech-language pathology from East Carolina University. She also is certified as an accent modification trainer. Helen directed a children’s choir for 12 years and has been a choir member and featured soloist for over 30 years. She is an accomplished public speaker and facilitator. Through teaching strong vocal techniques and strategies for delivering compelling messages both one-on-one and in workshop settings, she helps others fine-tune their voices to connect with and positively influence their audience.
Helen is an extremely active member in Toastmasters International, a speaking and leadership organization. Since 2012, Helen has served in five club officer roles and four district-level positions, including the Co-Event Planner for the Spring 2015 North Carolina Toastmasters Conference. Currently she is the Education Manager for District 37 (state of North Carolina). In 2015, she earned the Distinguished Toastmaster Award, the highest award a Toastmaster can earn, completing the requirements in 3 ½ years. Less than 1% of Toastmasters earn DTM.
Helen’s enthusiasm for bringing out a person’s best voice is engaging and contagious. Her coaching style is high-energy and fun, while staying focused on reaching her clients’ goals. Helping others achieve success through excellent communication is what she believes to be her life’s calling.
Helen is married with a 16-year-old son and a 11-year-old daughter. In addition to her work and many Toastmasters-related activities, Helen enjoys spending time with her family and having deep, meaningful conversations with friends.