Club Officers

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Club Officers


Here are the elected officers for the year 2018-2019:


President:

          Patrik William Pustejovsky


Vice-President of Education:

          Jan "Johnny" Vozar

               

Vice-President of Membership:

          Roxana Postolache


Vice-President of Public Relations:

          Pavlina Hyxova


Treasurer:

          Roxana Postolache


Secretary:

          Haide Iskidzhiyski


Sergeant at Arms:

          Zdenek Glatter

Immediate past officers 2017-2018:


President:

          Simeon Iskidzhiyski


Vice-President of Education:

          Patrik William Pustejovsky & Ioanna Tsamandoura & Petr Kohout

               

Vice-President of Membership:

          Tereza Cvejnova


Vice-President of Public Relations:

          Mihaela Chioveanu


Treasurer:

          Jana Weinlichova


Secretary:

          Frantisek Kysely


Sergeant at Arms:

          Zdenek Glatter & Josef Hertl




   Immediate past officers (for the year 2016-2017):


 President  :

Jana  Weinlichová


 Vice-President of Education: 

Tereza Cvejnová & Simeon Iskidzhiski


Vice-President of Membership:

  Frantisek Kysely


Vice-President of Public Relations:

  Peter  Zavacký


 Treasurer:

  Martin Plsek


Secretary:

Zdenek Glatter

 


 Sergeant At Arms:

Josef Hertl




Immediate past officers (for the year 2015-2016):


 President  :

Ioana Florentina Pop


 Vice-President of Education: 

Pavlina Marsalova & Simeon Iskidzhiski


Vice-President of Membership:

  Jana Weinlichova & Jan Grund


Vice-President of Public Relations:

  Josef Hertl


 Treasurer & Secretary:

  Martin Plsek

 


 Sergeant At Arms:

Eva Vodickova





Toastmasters Club Officers - Roles and Responsibilities


All officers are elected for either six months or one year, at the Club’s decision. Terms of office are from January 1st to June 30th and July 1st to December 31st for clubs with six-month terms, or July 1st to June 30th for clubs with annual officer terms.


President

The President presides at meetings of the Club, has general supervision of the operations of the Club. Serves as one of the Club’s representatives on Area and District Councils.



Vice President Education

Second ranking officer of Club. Plans and directs club programs which meet the educational needs of the Club members. Plans and publishes regular schedules of meeting assignments. Keeps track of member's progress towards goals. Serves as one of the Club’s representatives on Area and District Councils.



Vice President Membership

Third ranking officer. Plans and directs programs to retain and increase club membership. Serves as one of the Club’s representatives on Area and District Councils.



Vice President Public Relations

Fourth ranking officer. Develops and directs programs that inform individual members and the general public about Toastmasters International and about Club activities.



Secretary/Treasurer (can be one or two positions)

The Secretary is responsible for Club records and correspondence. Maintains the club roster. Has custody of the Club’s charter, Constitution, Bylaws, and all other records and documents of the club. Keeps an accurate record of the meetings and activities of the Club.


The Treasurer is responsible for Club financial policies, procedures and controls. Collects dues and pays dues to Toastmasters International, and maintains records. Makes financial reports to the Club at least quarterly. Receives and disburses, with approval of the Club, all Club funds.



Sergeant at Arms

Prepares meeting room for meeting. Maintains Club property, including banner, nametags, and supplies. Greets visitors. Chairs Social and Reception Committees.



Immediate Past President

The Immediate Past President supports the club officers. The primary responsibilities of this role involve serving as a resource for new officers and ensuring continuity with past terms.





Officer Duties


Each of the officers in a Toastmasters club has duties to fulfill in support of the members of the club. Toastmasters clubs have multiple officers both to spread the load and to expand the leadership opportunities at the club level.


Filling an officer role does not mean that you do the job alone; it means you are responsible to see that the job gets done.


Attend your training so you get the support you need to better serve your club.



What are Club Officers duties?



  • Attend District Officer Training once for each 6 month term
  • Atmosphere
  • Participate in Club Success Plan
  • Attend club executive officer meetings
  • Attend club meetings regularly



Club Officers rank



The seven officers rank as follows, with the highest-ranking officer at a meeting the presiding officer:

  • President
  • Vice President - Education
  • Vice President - Membership
  • Vice President - Public Relations
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Sergeant At Arms
  • Immediate Past President





Important dates and deadlines:

  • July - prepares, approve annual club budget
  • July - officers complete annual "Club Success Plan"
  • August - should conduct club speech contests (Humorous Speech, Table Topics)
  • Month of September - collect dues from all club members
  • By October 1 - club Semiannual Membership Report due to World Headquarters
  • September - Area holds contests
  • October- Division holds contests
  • November - District holds contest
  • December - clubs with 6 month officer terms hold club officer elections
  • By December 31 - club officer reports due to World Headquarters (ALL CLUBS)
  • January - officers review, update annual "Club Success Plan"; can share with members
  • February (International Speech, Evaluations) - should conduct club speech con tests
  • March - Area holds contests

    - collect dues from all club members

  • April 1 - club Semiannual Membership Report due to World Headquarters
  • April - Division holds contests
  • May - District holds contests
  •   June - hold club officer elections (ALL CLUBS)
  • June 30 - club officer reports due to World Headquarters (ALL CLUBS)