Charlotte Endorf is a lifelong Nebraskan. As a member of Toastmasters International she earned the Distinguished Toastmaster award twice. She specializes in speaking at museums, libraries, town festivals and senior centers throughout Nebraska, accurately revealing stories of amazing Nebraskans.
Her family has written and published a dozen books and five documentaries that keep Nebraska history alive. She created a poetry CD with an actual Orphan Train rider after the two returned to New York City and uncovered her records dating back to 1917. Charlotte was selected as Nebraska’s 2011 Mother of the Year.
Charlotte’s husband Kevin, who was also an avid Toastmaster, joins her on the speaking trail as she continues to heal after a serious injury. The team is keeping the promises made to more than 50 interviewees over the last two decades. They have two grown, married children who live within an hour and enough grandchildren to keep them young.