First Annual Elections

Written by Dan Snyder, Treasurer

Below are the seven positions that will be filled at elections that will take place at our September meeting. The description of the duties of each position is listed, but it is important to know that while each has a specified role, it has been our experience that everyone collaborates and takes on different tasks each month.This is a great way to help move Rotaract Oshkosh forward and to put your own stamp on what our club can be and achieve.

President (Presently Bethany Lerch)
– Oversee club organization and operation including meeting schedules
– Lead meetings
– Determine member skills and designate projects appropriately

Vice-President (Presently Jerry Medina)
– Work closely with the club President in terms of goals, projects and activities
– Develop a long-term plan (yearly) as well as a short-term plan (monthly)
– Preside over meetings in the President’s absence

Treasurer (Presently Dan Snyder)
– Request funds from Oshkosh Rotary chapters (via Joshua Anderson at Oshkosh Downtown)
– Track money spent and money received
– Collect member dues

Secretary (Presently Becky Snyder)
– Promote Rotaract to local Rotary clubs, Rotary International, prospective members and the surrounding community
– Record meeting minutes

Historian (Presently Joseph Mann)
– Photograph Rotaract in action at meetings, service projects, workshops and fundraisers

Running Events Chair (Presently Michelle Dei)
– Find running events in the community that members can participate in
– Organize group sign-ups for events
– Report at monthly meeting upcoming runs

Interact Liaison Chair (Presently Crystal Seeley)
– Maintain contact with local high school interact groups
– Facilitate collaboration with interact groups for combined activities

If you are interested in leading Rotaract Oshkosh, contact the group at [email protected] with your name, the position you dig, and why you want it. We’d love to include you in our September exec meeting so you can get a feel for it all. Oftentimes there is good food and good brews and always good company.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *