Please email nominations to DecNominations@62toast.com
Brief descriptions of each of the core roles as defined by Toastmasters International.
Nominate yourself or someone else for a district leader position. Elected positions not nominated from the floor must be submitted to the nominating committee prior to the deadline. Appointed positions are requested to be submitted to the nominations committee prior to the deadline as well to facilitate the process. Elected positions include District Director, Program Quality Director, Club Growth Director, and Division Directors.
Toastmasters International requires that any candidate running for and/or holding office, whether elected or appointed, agrees to and signs the Officer Agreement and Release Statement.
This form must be completed by the candidate and submitted to the nomiation committe. It asserts that the candidate meets the requirements for the desired position.
The following forms are a more comprehensive description of the general expectations for the position within our district. The form also begins the dialogue on how to address any concerns you may have with any specific elements so we may address or work through them as a team. Return to your incoming District Director prior to appointment. Download to your computer, fill-in using Acrobat Reader, save a copy to your hard drive, and submit by email.
Brief descriptions of each of the basic expectations the district will hold of the District Director. You may also view the current signed version.
Brief descriptions of each of the basic expectations the district will hold of the Area Director.
Please email nominations to AwardNominations@62toast.com
Nominate whichever area director (self nominations are also encouraged) you believe did an exemplary job during the prior term. We will then award the winning individual at the fall conference.
Nominate whichever division director (self nominations are also encouraged) you believe did an exemplary job during the prior term. We will then award the winning individual at the fall conference.
This award recognizes one Toastmaster whose dedication, commitment, and efforts significantly contributed towards achieving the district mission.
This award, named after Past Disctrict Governor Dick Haskins (1983-84) recognizes one Toastmaster who has been a member for 5 years or less, and who exhibits or demonstrates that ìsparkî of enthusiasm, spirit, commitment, and dedication to the District which foretells success.
This award, named after Past District Governor James Leader (1967-68) honors a Club president who has led their club officers and members to excel in administrative, educational, membership growth and retention, and other club activities.
This award, named after Past District Governor Bruce Frandsen (1993-94) who was the first International Director from District 62 (1995-97), is awarded to a veteran Toastmaster who continues to contribute in a significant way to the success of District 62.