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The Division Director leads a [[division]], supervising and supporting the [[Area Director]]s, according to the [[District Leadership Handbook]].  The handbook lists experience requirements to become a Division Director.  A Division Director may be re-elected to one succeeding term.
 
The Division Director leads a [[division]], supervising and supporting the [[Area Director]]s, according to the [[District Leadership Handbook]].  The handbook lists experience requirements to become a Division Director.  A Division Director may be re-elected to one succeeding term.
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Since there are typically 30 or more [[Area Director]]s each year, Division Directors are needed to give support to them.  Senior [[District Officer]]s would be spread too thin if they had to do supervision of [[Area Director]]s along with all of their other duties.
  
 
Division Directors are responsible for [[Division Contest]]s.
 
Division Directors are responsible for [[Division Contest]]s.

Revision as of 11:26, 1 July 2019

The Division Director leads a division, supervising and supporting the Area Directors, according to the District Leadership Handbook. The handbook lists experience requirements to become a Division Director. A Division Director may be re-elected to one succeeding term.

Since there are typically 30 or more Area Directors each year, Division Directors are needed to give support to them. Senior District Officers would be spread too thin if they had to do supervision of Area Directors along with all of their other duties.

Division Directors are responsible for Division Contests.

A Division Director may have advisors and chairs.

The previous name for this position was Division Governor.

See also District Director, Division Governor, Area Director and Division C Director.