Our club is managed, on members’ behalf, by a board of at least eight directors, who are elected by members each year. Operating within parameters determined by our board, directors undertake the business of the club, and are conventionally allotted portfolios with duties and priorities, such as membership, an avenue of service, or specified roles such as treasurer or secretary.
Our Structure: Organisation Chart
Beyond the board, specific members may perform other roles such as project leader, sergeant or almoner, child protection registrar, speaker’s program coordinator, web-master, or editor of the Club’s regular bulletin.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
|President||Ahmed Siddique||Doug Worthington||Greg Hunter|
(& Director Club Service)
|Doug Worthington||Greg Hunter||Sandra Brown+|
|Secretary||Carolyn Earle||Carolyn Earle||Mike Fetherston|
|Treasurer||Greg Thurston||Greg Thurston||Denise Ramm|
|Directors – Past President (Membership)
by Avenues of Service
|Ahmed Siddique||Doug Worthington|
|· Community||Wayne Smith||Wayne Smith||Ken Mullin|
|· International||Paul Prass*
|· Youth & Vocational||Sandra Brown||Allan McLean||Allan McLean|
* Casual vacancy arising from leave of absence for employment requirements or relocation
By convention at Heirisson, the President Elect/Nominee assumes leadership of Club Services in preparation for their role as incoming president the following year. The immediate past president may also elect to remain a Board member and traditionally assumes responsibility for membership extension.
In addition to club duties, members perform roles at district level, such as leading the National Youth Science Forum, and facilitating Rotary’s Youth Exchange Program in WA.
Some members also provide their voluntary expertise to other community organisations such as the Place of Reflection in Kings Park, Kimberley Dental Team, Jade Lewis and Friends, and East Perth Community Safety Group, and others.