Take Your Leadership to the Next Level

Each year, the district performs a scan to identify potential leaders for various district positions. People who are interested in serving the district should indicate their interest to the District Leadership Committee.

Elected positions include the following:

  • District Director
  • Program Quality Director
  • Club Growth Director
  • Division Directors (6 positions – Divisions A, B, C, D, E, F)

Nominees interested in standing for election are asked to submit a Candidate Application and the Officer Agreement and Release Form by March 15, 2021 and forward to . Candidate interviews will be scheduled and conducted by the District Leadership Committee.

The following positions are appointed by the elected District Director and open for nomination for the District term July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022:

  • Administration Manager
  • Finance Manager
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Area Directors (34 positions)

The district is actively seeking people interested in filling these positions for the 2021-22 program year. If you are interested, please fill in the application and release forms and forward them to . There is no deadline for submission of applications and release for nominated positions.

If you know of someone that you think would be a great candidate for one of these positions, please encourage them to submit their name or contact us and let us know so we can follow up.

See descriptions at Toastmasters International

For a comprehensive list of competencies for each role, please download this document Leadership Competencies Summary

Please download and fill in the following forms:

All submissions are to be sent by email to the District Leadership Committee Chair Lana Sweeney DTM at or

Who is an Area Director?

Serving as a District Officer is a requirement to achieving the Distinguished Toastmaster award. Any of the positions listed to the left qualify when served for a full one year term.

Want to learn more about what’s involved? Access the District 99 District Leadership Committee Handbook.

Consider moving beyond your club to take on the role of Area Director.

Successfully completing a full term (one year) is one of the criteria for the DTM requirements for the new Pathways program.

The Area Director is the direct liaison between the district and the clubs and is responsible for leading the area by serving the needs of the clubs.

  • They must first know the needs of the club by conducting club visits (at least twice a year) and organising Area Council meetings (at least twice a year).
  • The Area Director motivates and assists the clubs to become Distinguished and is responsible for holding Area Speech Contests.
  • The Area Director receives support from their Division Director through mentoring and attending Division Council meetings (at least twice a year) as well as District sponsored training events in May, Sep & Feb and monthly All Leader Calls.
  • Area Directors report progress of their area clubs to the District leaders through reports presented at Division Council Meetings and Area Director Visit reports submitted through Toastmasters International.