Area Directors

Your area director is your liaison between your club and the district. Your area director should be visiting your club at least twice a year – once between July 1 and November 30 and a second time between January 1 and May 31. He or she will probably ask for information on your club’s traditions and practices, your members’ progress through the educational program, and more, and he or she will offer feedback on what your club does best and some challenges for improvement. Your club’s president and vice president education will receive this feedback in a “club visit report” sent by email. If you are facing challenges within your club, your area director should be your first resource for district support. If you do not know who your area director is, find your club in the list below and reach out to your leader. If you have any concerns at all that your club may be heading toward disbanding, please contact your area director as soon as possible. You should also be receiving announcements from your area director about upcoming contests, due dates for officer lists and dues renewals, and other district events. In turn, you are encouraged to reach out to your leader to share your club’s good news or to invite him or her to any special events your club has coming up. In addition to your area director, invite your Division Director and members of the executive team to your club’s special event. Those whose schedules allow may attend.

Agave Division’s Area Directors:

Catalina Division’s Area Directors:

Mojave Division’s Area Directors:

Navajo Division’s Area Directors:

Picacho Division’s Area Directors:

Saguaro Division’s Area Directors:

Alicia Hills

Tonto Division’s Area Directors:

Michael Millan

Jamie Patterson

Verde Division’s Area Directors:

Mary Hart

Julie Miller

Zuni Division’s Area Directors:

Elizabeth Chiao