Club Leadership

Club Leadership

Rotaract SLO 2016-17 handbook

Rotaract SLO Constitution

Rotaract SLO Bylaws

Rotaract SLO Statement of Policy

Rotary’s six community service priorities:

  1. Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
  2. Disease prevention and treatment
  3. Water and sanitation
  4. Maternal and child health
  5. Basic education and literacy
  6. Economic and community development

Board of Directors

The governing body of this club shall be a board of directors composed of the president, immediate past president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and additional directors whose number shall be determined by this club, all to be elected from among the members in good standing. All decisions, policies, and actions of the board and of the club shall be subject to the provisions of this constitution and policy established by Rotary International and its members.


President: As the club leader, the president helps members develop as leaders and works to ensure that the club’s professional and leadership development activities and community and international service projects are successfully promoted and completed.
Vice President: The club vice president can serve more effectively by understanding the year’s goals, projects, and activities, and being well versed in community and Rotary resources. To that end, it is important that the club president and vice president work together as a team. This can be particularly helpful for clubs that choose to have the incoming president serve as vice president before taking office.
Secretary: The Rotaract club secretary has many responsibilities that require a person who is detail oriented and organized. Because the secretary promotes the club through correspondence to the Rotary club sponsor(s), outside agencies, prospective members, Rotary International, and other Rotaract clubs, this individual must have good communication skills.
Treasurer: As the collector and disburser of club funds, the treasurer is responsible for the club’s solvency and financial stability. In preparing for this assignment, the treasurer should meet with the previous treasurer and consult the sponsoring Rotary club treasurer and a certified accountant.

Committee Chairs

The current committee chairs that we have operating in the club are listed below.  Members are encouraged to partner with an existing chair or propose to the board a new chair position that is needed within the club.