Attention Rotarians:
 
Each year a number of District positions become available. To fill these positions, we look for enthusiastic, dedicated Rotarians looking to serve rotary at a different level.   Most positions are three year terms and begin July 1st of the Rotary year. As positions become available, a description of the position, tie line and preferred experience and expertise for the position will be sent to the district by the district secretary. Rotarians are asked to submit a written expression of interest (including applicable experience) and the governor line and will make the selection with input from the person currently in the position.  

July 12, 2018
 
Attention:  Club Presidents, Assistant Governors and Committee Chairs of D7010
 
Subject:  Nominations for District Governor 2021-2022
District 7010 is now calling for nominations for the office of District Governor for the Rotary year 2021-2022.
 
Rotary Clubs are asked to canvass their members to find an individual who is interested, motivated and qualified to be District Governor.  Nominations are to be submitted to the Chair of the District Nominations Committee along with the following documents:
  1. Governor-Nominee Data Form;
  2. Curriculum Vitae to accompany Governor-Nominee Data Form;
  3. Nomination Resolution adopted by Nominee’s Rotary Club;
  4. Photo of Nominee (head and shoulders) in .jpeg format, if emailed.
The deadline for receipt of applications is October 13, 2018.  The application and all supporting documents are to be sent to:
PDG Lise Dutrisac, Chair, Nominations Committee by mail at 57 Winfield Lane, Sudbury ON P3A 6E2, or preferably by email at:  lisedg20152016@gmail.com.
 
The interviews will be held at Deerhurst, on October 21, 2018 at the conclusion of our District Conference.  Nominees will be contacted prior to this date to notify them as to time and room number.
 
The interviews will be conducted by the Nominations Committee which is composed of the 5 most recent District Governors (PDG Mike Kinsey, PDG Margaret Walton, PDG Lise Dutrisac, Chair of the Nominations Committee, PDG Brian Menton, and PDG Marilyn Hanson).  Following the nominee interviews, the Nominations Committee will make its selection and Clubs in D7010 will be notified of the results.   The  successful candidate will then be presented as the ‘District Governor Nominee’ at the Annual General Meeting during the Rotary Weekend to be held from April 12 to 14, 2019.
 
I look forward to receiving your application for consideration by the Nominations Committee.  We know that there are many well qualified Rotarians who would do an excellent job as District Governor!
 
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
 
Yours in Rotary Service,
 
PDG Lise Dutrisac, Chair Nominations Committee