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HomeGovernor Nominating Committee


GOVERNOR NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Seeking candidates for Governor for Rotary Year 2021-2022


Call for Nominations
 
A letter to all clubs and past presidents announcing the process for those interested in serving as governor for Rotary year 2021-2022.


READ FULL ANNOUNCEMENT...
Pre-requisites

Governor candidates must have served as president of a club for a full term or be a charter president of a club having served the full term from the date of charter to 30 June, provided that this period is at least six months. (RIB 15.070.4)

Qualifications...
Timeline

The deadline for proposals is November 10st, 5:00 PM, no exceptions.
Prospect interviews will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2018.
Announcement will be made  in December. Formal election at the Annual Meeting of the District will be during the 2019 District Conference, District Annual Meeting.

Governance...
Commitment

Serve as governor designee from January 1 to June 30, 2019 which includes a director at large position on the District Board of Directors. Deliver on duties as governor nominee for July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020; governor elect for July 1, 2020 to June 30 2021, including attend the Rotary International Conventions in Taipei, Taiwan and Houston, Texas;  ...more click on below
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Please read requirements and commitment before submission.
Governor Nominee Candidate Form
Nominating Committee

The committee is elected each year at the annual meeting of the district, normally held at the annual district conference in the Spring. This year's committee includes:

Ron Broida, Darien
Mera Johnson, Montgomery
Victor Cuellar, Chicago-Northwest
Amy Hopkins, Chicago-Lakeview
Russ Loebe, New Lenox
Scott McAdam, Oak Park / River Forest
Steve Smutny, Chicago-Near South

Alternates:
JoAnne Ragona, Darien
Jody Redmann, Oak Forest




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RI Gov Manual

As governor one wears multiple hats: serve as an officer of Rotary International, representing RI to clubs in the district, CEO of District 6450 including chairing the board of directors and following district policies and guiding district volunteer leadership for all operating committees.
 
District Governance

The District Board sets policies and gives general guidance for operations.  The governor serves as the Board Chair and as CEO.  S/he is responsible for day to day operations of the district.  The officers of the district are the governor, treasurer, secretary and chief administrator.  The board gives guidance and overseas the work of several standing committees; while the governor gives direction and supervises the work of all the operating/service providing committees.
Q&A

If you have additional questions please contact PDG Scott McAdam, govscott@rotary6450.net.