Posted by Pamela Anastasi on Oct 01, 2020
We are beginning this year’s nominating cycle for district leadership positions, which is an exciting time for District 7910. The future of our clubs depends on qualified candidates serving in leadership roles throughout the district. In order for our clubs to grow and have more impact addressing local and international needs, there must be Rotarians who will fill leadership roles and provide vision and management skills in support of the business aspects of running our district.
Service in Rotary through district leadership provides you with an opportunity to utilize your skills, experience, and enthusiasm to help clubs succeed. District 7910 is a prominent member in the Central and Metrowest Massachusetts civic-service community and a leadership role within our organization offers an opportunity to expand community partnerships, strengthen your project- and team-management skills, and help others reach their goals of service and positive impact. A leadership
role truly deepens your connection to our organization and to the motto of “service above self.”
We encourage all Rotarians to consider serving and to also promote these opportunities within your clubs. Personally, serving in district leadership has been one of my most fulfilling roles in Rotary. It is simply amazing to see all the good that is done by clubs in our district, and the bonds of friendship made by helping clubs help their communities is unparalleled. It is a great way to get much more out of Rotary!
This year’s Nominating Committee is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:
  • District Governor, 2023-2024
  • Two (2) District Trustees to serve on the Board of Trustees of the District Funds, 2021–2024
  • Sergeant at Arms, 2021-2024
It is truly a rewarding experience to have the privilege of leading Rotary in this region. Each club may suggest only one of its own members as a candidate for district governor.
The Nominating Committee is not limited in its selection to those names submitted by clubs in the district. Individual Rotarians may submit their names to the committee chair.
All applications must be received by the Nominating Committee no later than Thursdsay, October 8, 2020. All candidates must be available for interviews via Zoom on Wednesday, November 4, 2020.
You can find more information in the District Bylaws, which are available for download in PDF format by clicking here. To access the Bylaws, you need to be an active Rotarian in District 7910, and login to the district's ClubRunner account using your member ID.
To apply and/or for more information about the responsibilities of any of these positions, contact District Nominating Committee Chair Pamela Anastasi, who is also immediater past district governor, at