Leadership Opportunity

Are you the leader the clubs in your area need?
Jim Polk

Jim Polk

Serving as your District Governor for 2023-24. How can we help you?

District 5110 Leadership Opportunity

Are you looking for a way to help Rotarians be more inspired to help our communities and those around the globe? Our District 5110 is blessed with the leadership of  members on many committees and in leadership positions. Our success comes from constantly recruiting talented leaders to serve and inspire others in the mission of Rotary by strengthening and supporting our clubs and members.

We are seeking individuals to join the District 5110 leadership team in the position of Assistant Governor in selected areas of the District.

Position: Assistant Governor

– Benton County (Covering Clubs – Corvallis, Corvallis After 5, Corvallis Morning, Greater Corvallis, Philomath)

– Central Coast (Covering Clubs – Bandon by the Sea, Coos Bay/North Bend, Coquille, Myrtle Point, Reedsport)

– Central Oregon (Covering Clubs – Crook County, Jefferson County, Redmond, Sisters)

– Linn County (Covering Clubs – Albany, Greater Albany, Lebanon, Sweet Home)

– Northern California (Covering Clubs – Montague, Scott Valley, Yreka)

            – Southern Coast (Covering Clubs – Brookings-Harbor, Gold Beach, Port Orford)

– Umpqua (Covering Clubs – Roseburg, Sutherlin)

Selection Process – Appointment by DG Leadership Team

Term of Office – 3 Years

Qualifications – Rotarian in good standing with leadership experience as a Club President and a willingness to perform the required duties.

The Assistant Governor (AG) works with a team of Fifteen (15) AG’s to provide the vital link to the clubs as a District Resource Leaders (DRL). The AG is asked to attend the club meetings in their area at least once per quarter and to work with the club boards and leadership to help identify where and how the District can support and strengthen the clubs to be more inspired and vibrant.

The AGs  attend formal training under the District Governor and Executive AG to learn the resources that are available to the clubs. They attend the President Elect Training Seminar (PETS) in Seattle to help their incoming club presidents to prepare for their year.

As Past District Governor Bill Grile and several former AGs say, “it is the best job in Rotary and most fun”

If you or someone you know might be a great AG candidate, please email DGE Jim Polk at dgjim2324@gmail.com or call him at 541.287.0045 or DGN Nelson Maler at Nelson.R.Maler@Morganstanley.com or call him at 541.761.5405 and let us know.

Rotary is about “service above self” and we are making a difference every day.