District Leader Nominations 2019-2020
Call For Nominations
Districts 33 & 115 Leader Positions
Are you looking for a challenge to hone your skills and abilities to become an effective leader?
Are you working on your education to achieve your DTM?
Serving as a District Officer will help you achieve that goal. The term of service is from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.
The deadline for receiving applications from candidates to declare their intent to run for elected office is December 15, 2018.
- Nominations for elected positions are due by December 15, 2018.
- Nominations for appointed positions are due on or before May 1, 2019
Submit candidate nominations for the 2019-2020 District Leader Positions to: Guy Dawson, DTM, IPDD, District Leadership Committee (DLC) Chair, at email@example.com.Which forms are needed for a nomination?When submitting the nomination, please download the forms from the following links below. Complete and email all four forms to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Candidate Application
- Candidate Nomination Form
- District Officer Biographical Information
- Officer Agreement & Release Form
What are the elected positions?
|CALIFORNIA – DISTRICT 33||NEVADA – DISTRICT 115|
|District Director||District Director|
|Program Quality Director||Program Quality Director|
|Club Growth Director||Club Growth Director|
|Division Directors||Division Directors|
Elections will take place at the Annual District Business Meeting/District Council held during the May Spring District Conference in Ventura, CA.
What are the appointed District Leader/Officer positions?
Area Directors (52 Areas currently – Nevada & California ); 2 Finance Managers- Nevada & California; 2 Administration Managers – Nevada & California; and 2 Public Relations Manager – Nevada & California. There may be more appointed officers, including Logistics Manager, at the discretion of the incoming District Directors.
Please Note: Candidates for the above appointed positions must also submit the applications, including the Officer Agreement & Release form.
Which positions receive educational credit for serving?
Traditionally, any district officer position which has the word Director or Manager in the title [for example: Area Director, Finance Manager (except Logistics Manager)] would receive credit towards their Advanced Leader Silver award after serving 1 year as a district officer. However, because the grace period for earning credit for the traditional education program award ends on June 30, 2020, there are specific Toastmasters International rules for educational credit.
Members who serve as a club or district leader through June 30, 2020, may receive an exception to use this as credit toward a traditional education program award that is also submitted on June 30, 2020. The role must be the final requirement for the award to receive recognition and these exceptions will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Please be aware that members who use the role to complete an award such as ALB or ALS in the traditional program will not be able to transfer the work to an award in Pathways.
Members who are seeking a DTM, but are unable to complete all requirements by June 30, 2020 may be better served by applying their club and district leadership roles to a Distinguished Toastmaster award in Pathways. Please contact Educationawards@toastmasters.org with any questions about your best course of action.
What are the eligibility requirements for positions which receive educational credit?
To review eligibility requirements, refer to the Call for Nominations document link below. If you still have questions, then contact the District Leadership Chair, Guy Dawson, email@example.com
Guy Dawson, DTM
District Leadership Committee (DLC) Chair 2018-2019