LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Primary Contact
Greg Pick
 
District Leadership Opportunities

If you are interested in any of the positions listed below, please click here to send an email giving details of what position you are interested in, or asking any questions.  Please include the following:

Your Name

Your Club Name

Phone Number

Email

Club Officer positions held

Positions you are interested in

Questions / other interests

If you have any questions regarding any of these positions send an email - be sure to put your question in the body of the email..

If you have a skill that you think would be beneficial to the district or have a limited amount of time that you can serve (seasonal, one hour per week, etc.) please send an email with details.

Opportunities  to help with new Pathways education program

 

Ambassador - click here
Pathways Guides - click here



Opportunities to help with new & existing clubs

(generally available throughout the year)

 

Demo Team: Members are specifically trained for roles in a demo meeting such as speech evaluator, topicsmaster or general evaluator. As the audience is usually not familiar with Toastmasters, the roles are presented a little differently than in a regular meeting. Most demo meetings for companies are at noontime on weekdays. The team is led by the Club Extension Chair.

Club Sponsor: Find an opportunity for a new club, possibly at your workplace or church. Submit the lead information to the Club Growth Director. Be involved with informational and demo meetings, and help the group reach charter strength (20 members). Sponsors may also continue to assist the club after chartering. Click here to view D25 video.

Club Mentor: When a new club charters, the mentor attends the meetings for at least 6 months to ensure that the club knows how to conduct meetings and the officers know their responsibilities. Click here to view D25 video.

Club Coach: A club with 12 or fewer members may ask the District to appoint a coach to help them plan for membership growth and achievement of Distinguished Club goals. The coach attends as many meetings as possible and remains with the club until it attains Distinguished status. The coach cannot be a member of the club before appointment.

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District officer and staff opportunities

(Send inquiries at any time of year; terms run from July-June)

 

District Officers

Appointed Positions

Area Director*

Public Relations Manager*

Administration Manager*

Finance Manager*

Elected Positions

Division Director*

Club Growth Director*

Program Quality Director*

District Director*

 

District Staff

Audit Chair

Recognition Chair

Credentials Chair

Logistics Manager

News Editor

Outreach Chair

Parliamentarian

Photographer

Speakers Bureau Chair

Website Editor

 

 

Club Growth Opportunities

Club Extension Chair

Club Sponsor & Mentor Chair

Club Support Chair

Club & Member Retention Chair

Club Leads Chair

 

 

 

 

Program Quality Opportunities

District Chief Judge

Contest Coordinator

Fall Conference Chair

Spring Conference Chair

District Training (TLI) Chair

TLI Hospitality Chair

 

Leadership is not learned just by serving as an officer.
Serving on committees, chairing a conference and organizing training
or a contest also teaches valuable leadership lessons.


Committees & Teams

Club Growth Team
Demo Team
Education Committee

Fall Conference Committee

Spring Conference Committee
Awards Committee
Public Relations Team
Audit Committee

 
*Denotes District Officer - click on role to view competencies. Click here to view district leadership qualification and responsibilities.   If you are interested in submitting your name for an elected position during the nomination period then see the Elected Officer Information page for forms, deadline and submission process.

   
 


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