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Jennifer Perry-RuzicClub Growth Director - Jennifer Perry-Ruzic, MS5, EH1
Contact Jennifer at growth@d4tm.org

As your Club Growth Director, my vision is to support and grow our clubs by

• Enabling and encouraging club coaches and mentors
• Listening and developing ideas and solutions
• Encouraging the use of a Speechcraft program

In my time in Toastmasters, I have learned the importance of working in teams and listening. Many times there are problems that can be solved by getting the right person involved. I hope by listening and working with our clubs and members we can build a strong district.

As a club mentor, I learned the importance in how you phrase something and was able to build a strong relationship with the club, even a year later, I still talk to them and help them to improve. This is what I hope to accomplish as Growth Director
Here are some specific programs that help with club growth. Please browse through the links and let us know if you have questions about Club Growth, or if you have ideas that could help us.

  • Club Extension Team: Scouts in the lookout for opportunities for a new club, in our District. Prospective sponsoring organizations could be those with 300 or more employees, which never had a Toastmaster club OR had one in the past.
  • Club Sponsors: Have an idea for a new club? Let's make it happen! Don't worry--you don't have to do it alone. The new clubs team will work closely with you and help you throughout the process. And you'll get official recognition from Toastmasters International.
  • Club Mentors: Mentors work with a newly chartered club for 6-12 months, helping that club establish itself. Your guidance assists the new club to begin on a solid footing. You'll also get official recognition from Toastmasters International.
  • Club Consultants: Consultants will work on with clubs having 13-19 members, identify 1-2 areas where the club could improve so that membership goes up. Enhance your leadership skills and PR skills, while helping a club.
  • Club Coaches: Coaches work with clubs having fewer than 12 members to grow membership and increase momentum, so that the club becomes Distinguished. Successful Club Coaches get official recognition from Toastmasters International. As per the update to the Club Coach program by Toastmasters International, currently active (started in or after January 2018) or new Club Coaches, will be awarded two DTM credits, on successful completion of their assignment latest by 30 June 2021. The two DTM credits awarded are:
    1. Club Coach credit
    2. Credit for one year of District Leadership
    This can be applied to Legacy or Pathways or split into one credit towards each program. Any Club Coach completing their assignment after 30 June 2021 will be awarded only one credit.
  • Club Ambassadors: Want to step outside your club and visit others? The Club Ambassador Program enables you to visit other clubs and share your unique insights with the District! Participation in other club meetings helps spread best practices across the District, and helps you to broaden you own Toastmasters experience.
  • Club Open Houses: Hold an Open House to spread awareness of your club and its unique culture in your community, adding new members in the process. Planning and having an Open House is a great exercise in leadership and team building for your club, and it also helps strengthen your membership.
  • Speechcraft Program: Present the fundamentals of public speaking to non-Toastmasters over 4 to 8 sessions. This is also an excellent way to grow your club's membership as Speechcraft graduates often join the club and currently get credit for the IceBreaker speech in Pathways. Under Pathways being a Speechcraft coordinator counts toward the Pathways DTM.
  • Youth Leadership Program: Bring the benefits of Toastmasters to a younger generation! YLP coordinators run 8 weekly Toastmasters sessions with students ranging in age from older elementary school children through younger high school students.

 

District 4 is divided into five Divisions, with four to six Areas in each Division to support local Clubs. Each of the Divisions covers its own geographical area. The approximate locations are listed below and shown on our Club Locator Map which is color coded by Division.

Division Director Role
Division Directors lead and support their divisions through the supervision and support of the Area Directors. One of the primary goals of a Division Director is to ensure that each club achieves its mission and fulfills its responsibilities to its members. To achieve this, Division Directors coordinate division activities, set division goals, and assist in the training of area and club leaders.

Area Director Role
Area Directors serve as a liaison between the district and its clubs via semiannual area club visits to understand how clubs are fulfilling member needs and how the district is supporting each club.  

Clubs by Division

Division A   Palo Alto, Menlo Park, San Carlos and southern portion of Redwood City.
Division B Daly City, Brisbane, Pacifica, South San Francisco, San Bruno, Millbrea, Burlingame, San Mateo, Foster City, Belmont and northern portion of Redwood City.
Division C Southeastern portion of San Francisco.
Division D Western and northeastern portion of San Francisco.
Division E Financial District and lower Embarcadero portion of San Francisco.

 

A

Division A
Email Division A Director Catrina Meyers
Area A1
Email Area A1 Director Ying Ou
2117 Early Risers Club
6028 Point Of Order Club
937505 Virtual Speak Toastmasters Club
2784455 Superspace Toastmasters
3528251 Talk of the Farm Toastmasters
7179922 SHC Toastmasters
Area A2
Email Area A2 Director Edward Lu
9913 Electric Toasters Club
596069 SAP Toastmasters
2823223 TIB Toasters
7165655 Bill Dot Toast
7222791 Uber Palo Alto
Area A3
Email Area A3 Director Tyler Brown
8218 Palo Alto Toastmsters
1573264 Move Fast and Say Things
5048211 AWEsome Toastmasters
6671684 Slalom Silicon Valley Toastmasters Club
6671684 Open Space Orators
Area A4
Email Area A4 Director Donne Davis
33 Lee Emerson Bassett Club
1372 Menlo Park Toastmasters Club
4515 HP Hilltop Speakers Club
3989851 A9 Toastmasters
7349126 BMS Redwood City Toastmasters
7553405 Varian Toastmasters
Area A5
Email Area A5 Director Alex Kalinin
1435 SRI Organon Club
4304 Menlo Park Sunset Toastmasters
1409881 Stand & Deliver
2590625 Wellness Toastmasters
7108193 Toasty Sharks, Delphix Inc.
Area A6
Email Area A6 Director Mark Prince
318 San Carlos Toastmasters (formerly Speak4Yourself)
5707 Redwood City Orators Club
590123 All EArs Club
5646642 ToastmastEARS
6662257 Mindfulness Toastmasters
07385422 CZI Toasties

Locate a club by city list here.     Locate a club by zip code and meeting day here

On July 1st 2016, District 4 reformed into two districts - District 4 (Palo Alo/Los Altos and North) and District 101 (Mountain View and South).

The District 101 Club Locator Map is located here.

Club and meeting details are from information supplied by clubs to Toastmasters International. To make corrections, club officers should login to the Toastmasters International website and and select Club Central on the left side of the Members home page to update club meeting information.

Once corrected, please send email request to update map page to District 4 Webmaster at webmaster@d4tm.org

Map Test

Do you want to see your Club or Division trending on these charts?

Gear-Up Club Officers and increase your PR Activities and Membership Campaigns!

For Questions, reach out to PR@D4TM.org

Trends:

All the information shown below is from the Toastmasters International September 29th Club Performance and Educational Achievement reports.

Test Stats

March Madness Data Below (madness.html)

March Madness

Clubs renewing at least 75% of their base membership by March 17 receive $50 in District Credit. This report is final.

AreaClubRenewed   AreaClubRenewed
A1Point Of Order Club75.86%   C6Civic Center Toastmasters88.89%
A1Superspace Toastmasters100.00%   D2DoorDash100.00%
A2Electric Toasters Club75.76%   D3Magic Sunrisers Club80.95%
B2Foster City Toastmasters Club114.71%   D3Opportunity Speakers Toastmasters Club100.00%
B2Chamber Speakers Circle Club75.00%   D4FiDi Toastmasters80.95%
B3Promasters Toastmasters Club86.67%   D5Asian Express Toastmasters Club100.00%
B4San Mateo Toastmasters Club 19175.51%   D6SF Japanese-English Toastmasters (JETs)75.00%
B4Pacific Rim Toastmasters120.00%   E1Toastitects122.22%
B5Ecommunicators112.50%   E1GLOBAL SAN FRANCISCO TOASTMASTERS80.95%
B6J&J Bay Area Toastmasters92.86%   E3Stagecoach Speakers Frontier90.00%
C5Fightin' 49ers Club100.00%   E3Salesforce Toastmasters77.78%
C5Quantcast Toastmasters Club100.00%   E5Evening Stars76.19%
C6Everybody Speaks Club85.71%


Stretch Smedley Award Data Below (smedley.html)

Smedley Stretch and Smedley Award

Clubs adding 5 or more new, reinstated, or dual members between August 1 and September 30 receive the Smedley Award from Toastmasters International. Clubs which add 7 or more new, reinstated, or dual members during that time also complete the Smedley Stretch and earn $50 in District Credit. This report is final.

Smedley Stretchers

AreaClubAdded   AreaClubAdded
C1Townsend Toastmasters9   E2Golden Gate Toastmasters Club12
D2Bay Masters 8   E3Salesforce Toastmasters8
D2San Francisco Toastmasters8

Smedley Award Winners

AreaClubAdded   AreaClubAdded
A1Early Risers Club6   D5Pacific Heights Toastmasters6
A3Palo Alto Toastmsters5   E1GLOBAL SAN FRANCISCO TOASTMASTERS5
A3AWSome Toastmasters5   E5SF Toastbusters5
B4San Mateo Toastmasters Club 1915   E5San Francisco Mandarin English5
C1Ponytalk Toastmasters6


September Sanity Data Below (sanity.html)

This report is final.

AreaClubRenewed   AreaClubRenewed
0D0ARecology Toastmasters100.00%   C4Puc(k)sters Toastmasters Club76.19%
A1Early Risers Club88.46%   C5Fightin' 49ers Club81.82%
A1Virtual Speak Toastmasters Club 88.89%   D2San Francisco Toastmasters109.09%
A1Superspace Toastmasters94.12%   D2Bay Masters 81.48%
A5SRI Organon Club76.19%   D2UBSF Toastmasters77.78%
B2Foster City Toastmasters Club88.24%   D3Magic Sunrisers Club100.00%
B2GToast81.82%   D3Opportunity Speakers Toastmasters Club100.00%
B3Promasters Toastmasters Club80.00%   D4FiDi Toastmasters85.71%
B4Pacific Rim Toastmasters100.00%   D5Asian Express Toastmasters Club100.00%
B5Millbrae'ers Club76.92%   E2Twilio Toastmasters Club80.00%
B6Daly City Toastmasters78.95%   E3Salesforce Toastmasters83.33%


Lucky 7 Round 1 (lucky7round1.html)

Lucky 7 - Round 1 (June-August 2019)

AreaClub   AreaClub
D5Asian Express Toastmasters Club   A1Point Of Order Club
A2Bill Dot Toast   E3Salesforce Toastmasters
B4BioPacific Toastmasters   A6San Carlos Toastmasters
A2Electric Toasters Club   E3San Francisco Bilingual Cantonese-English Toastmasters
E5Evening Stars   E5San Francisco Mandarin English
D4FiDi Toastmasters   C3San Francisco Storytellers
D4First Republic Toastmasters   D2San Francisco Toastmasters
B2Foster City Toastmasters Club   B4San Mateo Storytellers
E1GLOBAL SAN FRANCISCO TOASTMASTERS   E4Shield Speaks Toastmasters Club
E2Golden Gate Toastmasters Club   D6Spanish Bilingual SF
B2GToast   A5SRI Organon Club
B3Guidewire Premium Presenters   E3Stagecoach Speakers Frontier
A4Menlo Park Toastmasters Club   D1Stagecoach Speakers-SF Financial District
B5Millbrae'ers Club   A1Superspace Toastmasters
A3Move Fast and Say Things   C3Toast of the Mission
B4Pacific Rim Toastmasters   C2Toastmasters For Health
A3Palo Alto Toastmasters   A2Uber Palo Alto
B5Plane Talk


Presidents Club Data Below (presidentsclub.html)

Presidents Club

Clubs achieving President's Distinguished status by April 15 join the Presidents Club. This report is final.

AreaClub   AreaClub
A1Early Risers Club   B4Pacific Rim Toastmasters
A1Point Of Order Club   B5Plane Talk
A3Move Fast and Say Things   B6Genentech Toastmasters Club
B2Foster City Toastmasters Club   D6Spanish Bilingual SF
B4San Mateo Toastmasters Club 191   E3Salesforce Toastmasters
B4San Mateo Storytellers


Early Achievers Data Below (earlyachievers.html)

Early Achievers

Clubs achieving 5 or more Distinguished Club Program (DCP) goals by October 31 earn $100 in District Credit. This report is updated daily.

Early Achievers

AreaClubGoals   AreaClubGoals
A1Early Risers Club10   C2Rhino Business Club5
A1Point Of Order Club9   C2San Francisco Renaissance Toastmasters Club8
A1Virtual Speak Toastmasters Club 5   C2Toastmasters For Health5
A2SAP Toastmasters6   C3San Francisco Storytellers8
A3Palo Alto Toastmasters9   C4Puc(k)sters Toastmasters Club8
A3Move Fast and Say Things10   C5Toasters Digest6
A3AWSome Toastmasters6   C6Everybody Speaks Club7
A4Lee Emerson Bassett Club7   D1Cable Car Toastmasters Club6
A4Menlo Park Toastmasters Club9   D1United We Speak Club9
A5SRI Organon Club7   D1Stagecoach Speakers-SF Financial District8
A5Wellness Toastmasters6   D1Uber San Francisco Club5
A6San Carlos Toastmasters8   D2San Francisco Toastmasters6
A6All EArs Club5   D2Bay Masters 5
A6Mindfulness Toastmasters6   D3UC Oracles Toastmasters Club5
B1RingCentral Toastmasters Belmont7   D4FiDi Toastmasters10
B2Foster City Toastmasters Club10   D4First Republic Toastmasters9
B2GToast7   D5Rainbow Toastmasters7
B3Promasters Toastmasters Club7   D6Spanish Bilingual SF10
B3Visa Speakers' Circle Toastmasters Club7   E1San Francisco Downtown10
B3Guidewire Premium Presenters9   E1Money Talks Toastmasters Club5
B4San Mateo Toastmasters Club 1919   E1Stagecoach Speakers - 525 Market7
B4San Mateo Storytellers9   E1GLOBAL SAN FRANCISCO TOASTMASTERS10
B4Pacific Rim Toastmasters9   E2Golden Gate Toastmasters Club8
B4BioPacific Toastmasters9   E3Stagecoach Speakers Frontier10
B5Millbrae'ers Club9   E3Salesforce Toastmasters10
B5Peninsula Toastmasters8   E3Salesforce Biztech Toastmasters Club5
B5Plane Talk9   E4Techmasters Club5
B6Genentech Toastmasters Club10   E4Shield Speaks Toastmasters Club5
B6AstraZeneca Verbalizers7   E5SF Toastbusters9
C1Townsend Toastmasters8   E5Evening Stars8

 

These clubs have achieved 4 of the 5 DCP goals needed to join the Early Achievers.

AreaClubGoals   AreaClubGoals
A2Electric Toasters Club4   C5Crownmasters Club4
A2Bill Dot Toast4   D4Sierra Speakers Toastmasters4
A2Uber Palo Alto4   D5Pacific Heights Toastmasters4
A5Menlo Park Sunset Toastmasters4   D6SF Japanese-English Toastmasters (JETs)4
B1High Spirits of Toastmasters4   E5San Francisco Mandarin English4
B6Daly City Toastmasters4


Lucky 7 Round 2 (lucky7round1.html)

Lucky 7 - Round 2 (December-February 2020)

AreaClub   AreaClub
C4Asian Art Museum Toastmasters   B4Pacific Rim Toastmasters
D5Asian Express Toastmasters Club   A1Point Of Order Club
B6AstraZeneca Verbalizers   E3Salesforce Toastmasters
C4Dolby Speakers   E3San Francisco Bilingual Cantonese-English Toastmasters
E5Evening Stars   E1San Francisco Downtown
C6Everybody Speaks Club   E5San Francisco Mandarin English
D4FiDi Toastmasters   C3San Francisco Storytellers
D4First Republic Toastmasters   D2San Francisco Toastmasters
B2Foster City Toastmasters Club   B4San Mateo Storytellers
E1GLOBAL SAN FRANCISCO TOASTMASTERS   A2SAP Toastmasters
E2Golden Gate Toastmasters Club   D6SF Japanese-English Toastmasters (JETs)
B2GToast   D6Spanish Bilingual SF
B3Guidewire Premium Presenters   A5SRI Organon Club
B1High Spirits of Toastmasters   E1Stagecoach Speakers - 525 Market
C6KQED Toastmasters Club   E3Stagecoach Speakers Frontier
A6Mindfulness Toastmasters   A1Superspace Toastmasters
E1Money Talks Toastmasters Club   C2Toastmasters For Health
D3Opportunity Speakers Toastmasters Club   D1Uber San Francisco Club


 

Member Pathways Awards Achieved Since September 19 Introduction

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Member Education Awards Link (recentawards.shmtl)

Education Awards

WELCOME TO THE LEADERSHIP LAB
Build community, gain confidence, and hone your skills as a leader and communicator through strategic, focused and deliberate practice. District 4's Leadership Opportunities provide a versatile and supportive lab for you to learn, practice and improve on a regular basis. DREAM big. DO the roles that will allow you to master your skills. BECOME a stronger version of yourself.


Area Director Leadership Opportunities 2019-2020

Contact dd@d4tm.org for more information if you are interested in any of these leadership opportunities
to grow your skills and complete your High Performance Leadership or other Pathways projects.

RoleCommittee Skills Acquired/Description
Area C1 Director District Executive seeking
  • Support and visit the area clubs located primarily in South Beach, China Basin, Mission Bay areas of San Francisco. See d4tm.org/areas-and-divisions#c for Area C1 club list.
  • Provide motivation and assist each club in the area to become Distinguished.
  • Coordinate the area speech contests.
  • Submit visit reports for area clubs and attend semi-monthly DEC meetings.  See District Officer Calendar for dates.
Area E3 Director District Executive seeking
  • Support and visit the area clubs located primarily in the upper Mission Street area of San Francisco. See d4tm.org/areas-and-divisions#e for Area E3 club list.
  • Provide motivation and assist each club in the area to become Distinguished.
  • Coordinate the area speech contests.
  • Submit visit reports for area clubs and attend semi-monthly DEC meetings. See District Officer Calendar for dates.

 


Program Quality Leadership Opportunities 2019-2020

Contact quality@d4tm.org for more information if you are interested in any of these leadership opportunities
to grow your skills and complete your High Performance Leadership or other Pathways projects.

RoleCommittee Skills Acquired/Description
TLI Coordinator Education Mike Fidel
  • Identify location for TLI
  • Work with the TLI Chair to provide support and guidance
Legacy Chair Education Aubrey Carrier
  • Identify District Members who could reach DTM before the legacy system expires, and provide all support with ideas/assistance
Pathways Chair Education Stefanie Chow
  • Be a single point of contact for all questions related to Pathways
Webinar Facilitator Education  
  • Work with the Program Quality Director to design and facilitate a 1-hour educational webinar via screen sharing software (provided).

Workshop Facilitator Education
  • Work with the Program Quality Director to design and facilitate an interactive workshop during an educational event, such as a Leadership Institute or the Annual Conference, or standalone such as Train the Trainer.

COT Facilitator Club Officer Training
  • Facilitators needed for all seven officer roles.
  • Must have served in the role you’re training for at least one year.
  • Facilitate discussion between club officers about their roles as listed in the Club Officer Handbook.
  • Encourage innovation and creativity within each role and collaboration with the rest of the officer team.
Conference or TLI Chair Conference or Leadership Institute  
  • Lead regular meetings with committee chairs to ensure planning is on track.
  • Work with the Program Quality Director to create the vision for the conference, including event theme.
  • Track tasks in the Basecamp project management system and ensure organized file sharing system within the committee.
Education Chair

Conference or Leadership Institute

 

  • Work with the Program Quality Director to source speakers and educational workshops and build the agenda for the Leadership Institute or Annual Conference.
TLI Host Club Toastmasters Leadership Institute
  • Provide venue for the event with sufficient space to accommodate 150-200 attendees, and at least seven (7) smaller rooms for breakout sessions.
  • Sponsor or seek donations for some of the cost, including room rental, security, food, and printing, 
Graphic Design Committee Conference  
  • Work with the Conference Chair to design a brand around the conference theme.
  • Design printed marketing materials, including postcards, posters, and program booklet.
  • Requirement: Must have prior graphic design experience, though templates will be provided.
Program Chair Conference or 

Leadership Institute

 
  • Work with the Graphic Design Chair and Top 4 Team to curate content for the program.
  • Proofread all program content to ensure correct spelling and grammar.
  • Coordinate printing of program with our preferred print company.
Registration Chair Conference or 

Leadership Institute

 
  • Monitor online registrations, as Program Quality Chair has already setup the site.
  • Work with the Public Relations Manager to promote registration deadlines.
  • Coordinate on-site check-in with Finance Manager and volunteers.
Credentials Chair Conference  
  • Manage registration for the Business Meeting and ensure each participant receives appropriate materials like ballots and handouts.
Decorations Chair Conference  
  • Design table centerpieces and other room decorations around the event theme designated by the Conference Chair.
  • Work with volunteers to build decorations pre-conference and place them around the venue the night before.
Conference Contest Chair Conference  
  • Identify all functionaries for the two District-level contests––the Humorous Speech and Evaluation Contest.
  • Facilitate the contests onstage, introducing the Toastmasters and ensuring onsite contest logistics run smoothly.
  • Work with Program Quality Director to get all contest forms printed.
Opportunity Drawing Chair Conference  
  • Collect prizes from individual members, clubs, and other outside organizations.
  • Have these prizes brought to the event and organize and number them on the tables, creating a smooth flow for attendees to opt into winning them.
  • Train volunteers on selling opportunity drawing tickets. Administer prizes to the winners.
Show Flow Coordinator Conference  
  • Work with the Top 4 Team to establish the run of show and script for the conference.
  • Be the on-site expert at keeping the conference program running on-time and ensuring speakers are queued up and ready.
  • Work with our preferred AV company to provide sound and lighting cues throughout the program.
Bookstore Chair Conference or 

Leadership Institute

 
  • Train volunteers to staff the bookstore during the conference and answer any attendee questions about the products.
  • Work with the District Administrator to order supplies and arrange the items within the bookstore room at the conference.
Logistics Manager Toastmasters Leadership Institute  
  • Work with the TLI Chair to ensure rooms or spaces are setup correctly for each session.
  • Design a floor plan for the event and provide to print in the program.
  • Coordinate directional signage to assist attendees with finding the space and ensuring they have a positive logistical experience.
Food & Beverage Coordinator Toastmasters Leadership Institute  
  • Work with the TLI Chair to purchase sufficient food and beverages for attendees at the event within the allotted budget.
  • Solicit donations from local companies to offset the cost of food and beverages.
  • Work the Logistics Manager to setup the food and beverages onsite for attendees.
Speaker Host and Coordinator Conference or Leadership Institute  
  • Connect with speakers pre-event to coordinate logistics such as speaking time, handouts needed, and AV required.
  • Collect biographies and session descriptions from all speakers to be posted on the event website.
  • Be the onsite contact for speakers when they arrive and have logistical questions.
Program Chair Toastmasters Leadership Institute  
  • Work with the Conference Chair and Program Quality Director to curate content for the program.
  • Proofread all program content to ensure correct spelling and grammar.
  • Coordinate printing of program with our preferred print company.
Contest Chair Contests  
  • Coordinate food, beverage, printed program, script, and functionaries for the contest.
  • Help is needed at the area and division levels.
Contest Toastmaster Contests  
  • Emcee one or both contests at an area or division level contest by introducing each speaker and transitioning between each section at the event.
Chief Judge & Judges Contests  
  • Must have completed at least six CC speeches to qualify as a judge.
  • Chief judges train judges, ensuring they follow correct procedures when filling out the required paperwork.
  • Judges utilize the rubric provided to rank each contest speaker.
Ballot Counter Contests  
  • Assist Chief Judge with counting ballots after each contest to determine the contest winner.
Contest Timer Contests  
  • Track the time to ensure the overall area or division contest runs on time and each speaker qualifies.

 
Growth Team Leadership Opportunities 2019-2020

Contact growth@d4tm.org if you are interested in any available leadership roles below or would like to shadow an existing chair for future years.

RoleStatusMemberSkills Acquired/Description
Club Extension Chair Filled Dmitry Feldman
  • Create and follow up on leads and qualifying them as a prospective club.
  • Work with the Kick-off Meeting and Club Sponsor Chairs to ensure a smooth transition from lead to charter.
Marketing Advisor Filled Joe Madley
  • Assists Club Extension Chair
Corporate Club Chair (SF) Filled Max Kukartsev
  • Works with Corporate Clubs in San Francisco
Corporate Club Chair Peninsula Seeking  
  • Works with Corporate Clubs in Peninsula
Club Sponsor Chair Filled Katherine Pratt
  • Onboard and train Club Sponsors.
Club Sponsor Seeking  
  • Club Sponsors will work from the Kick-off meeting stage, all they way to completion of paperwork, payment and handover to Mentors.
  • Being a Club Sponsor counts towards DTM credits.  
Club Mentor Chair   Filled Terry Joyce
  • Onboard and train Club Mentors.
Club Mentors Seeking  
  • Club Mentors are involved with the clubs from the Kick-off meeting stage and at least till 6 months after Club charter.
  • Assist the clubs find its footing, educate the club about all programs (DCP, Pathways, Moments of Truth etc..), thus helping creating a healthy/sustainable club environment.
  • Being a Club Mentor counts towards DTM credits.
Club Consultant Chair   Filled Katherine Pratt
  • Onboard and train Club Consultants. 
Club Consultants Seeking  
  • Club Consultants will be involved with clubs between 13 and 17 members for a limited period of time, to help turn the club's fortunes.
  • Being a Club Consultant can be an HPL project, which helps towards DTM credits.
Club Coach Chair Filled Mare Repetto
Club Coaches Seeking  
  • Club Coaches will be involved with clubs with fewer than 12 members, and will work with them, assisting them get to achieve DCP status.
  • Being a Club Coach counts towards DTM credits.
Youth Leadership Program Chair Seeking  
Club Ambassador Chair Filled Aubrey Carrier
Club Ambassadors Seeking  
Kickoff Team Lead (SF) Filled Babu Ramabadran
  • Organize the Kick-off and 4 follow up meetings, for each prospective club, thus generating the energy and enthusiasm towards charter.
Kickoff Team Lead (Peninsula) Filled Vidya Kagan
  • Organize the Kick-off and 4 follow up meetings, for each prospective club, thus generating the energy and enthusiasm towards charter.
Kickoff Team Member Seeking  
  • Attend Kick of team meeting and fill in needed roles
  • Attend follow up meetings as an evaluator to give example of best practices.


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