PSASA’s Virtual Chapter is the home for any speaker who cannot get to a physical chapter meeting for PSASA members.

Virtual Chapter meetings are usually around the 2nd Tuesday of the month, online via Zoom, from 6.30 to 8 pm. Keep an eye on the newsletter or social sites for the next meeting, and book to get the code to attend.

The PSASA Virtual Chapter exists to grow, unite and develop the PSASA community through engagement, learning and development.

Ian Hatton
Ian HattonChapter President
Ian Hatton is the creator of the Morpheus Genius and the host of PSASA’s Online Mastermind for Online Speakers. With years of online training experience, Ian has a great deal to share with speakers.
Wilmien Davis
Wilmien DavisDeputy Chapter President
Catalyst | Coach | ChemEng | Speaker | Trainer | Owner of Chemistry-of-Change

Please contact us …

For enquiries about membership, meetings and events, please send us an email. Keep an eye on the events page for upcoming meeting dates.

Contact the Virtual Chapter here

Your Virtual Chapter Leadership Team

Virtual Leadership Team 2020

See posts about past meetings in the Virtual Chapter

Why a Virtual Chapter?

The Virtual Chapter (previously known as the Online Meeting) has been running for around 3 years and has hosted speakers both local and international, in a quest to add value, insight and learning to the speakers of Southern Africa.

Anyone may join as a (virtual) member of the Virtual Chapter, without necessarily being a member of the PSASA. There are no fees to attend our sessions, and we would encourage members in locations away from our physical locations to connect with other local speakers and form a mastermind.

Click through the links to view the recordings. Please remember that they are recordings of our meetings, and not intended to be neat presentations of the speakers’ work.

2020 Meetings

Ian HattonMorpheus on Purpose

Tom Lightning – New Virtual Studio Set Up

2019 Meetings

Richard Mulvey – From Zero to Full Fee

Paul te WalHappiness at Work
Joni PeddieTips for Speakers to Reboot and Re-energise
Roy TabererIntellectual Property for Professional Speakers
Marcel OudejansSkills for Speakers