Organisational Structure

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Organisational Structure

Chartered by local Rotary clubs Rotaract clubs are organised to be self-governed and self-sufficient, able to raise funds for the various community service projects the club undertakes. Even so Rotaract clubs are answerable to their sponsoring Rotary club and must uphold the principles of Rotary in order to maintain their charter.

Board of Directors

Rotaract clubs are governed by a Board of Directors, led by the Club President which takes office at the beginning of the Rotaract year on July 1st. In addition to the President the Board consist of the Immediate Past President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and additional officers as deemed necessary by the President and the Club. This usually includes the Directors of the various Club Committees and may also include an Assistant Secretary / Treasurer, Public Relations Officer, and Sergeant-At-Arms.

The Board meets at least once a month to conduct the business of the club and reports on all decisions taken and policies adopted to the general membership at the soonest opportunity. Officers of the Board of Directors are nominated and elected from among members in good standing by the general membership prior to March 1st and take office on July 1st.

Officers of the Board of Directors

  • President
  • Immediate Past President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Assistant Secretary / Treasurer
  • Committee Director
  • Public Relations Officer
  • Sergeant-At-Arms


  • Community Service
  • Club Service
  • Professional Development
  • International Service
  • Finance
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