District 99 Leadership (Nominations) Committee Final Report
Effective April 7, 2017
This document gives the status of nominations received to date for elected positions.
|District Director||Don Zurakowski|
|Program Quality Director||Glenn Walker|
|Club Growth Director||Dave Cartledge
|Division A Director||Dan McCosh|
|Division B Director||Kierra Koetke|
|Division C Director||Ken Buchanen|
|Division D Director||Omar Nef
|Division E Director||Jason Karras|
|Division F Director||Sujata Tadeparti|
Marg Faryna, DTM
Chair, D99 Leadership (Nominations) Committee
Take Your Leadership Skills to the Next Level
District 99 Leadership Nominations for 2017 – 2018 are being accepted. Check out the District 99 Leadership Committee Handbook for information on all positions available. In the Handbook you will find a list of competencies for fulfilling the roles. Elected roles are District Director, Program Quality Director, Club Growth Director and Division Director. There are 6 Division Director positions in District 99.
Have you considered moving beyond your club to take on the role of Area Director? The role of Area Director is a District Officer role and successfully completing a full term (one year) is one of the criteria for the Advanced Leader Silver (ALS) designation.
What is involved in the role of Area Director?
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 organizing 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 trainingevents 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.