What is a District Director?
The NYS Town Clerks Association is made up of ten districts. Each district has two clerks nominated by their peers to represent their district for a term of three years. The District Director acts as a mentor and liaison between the District and the State Association.
District Directors travel throughout the state and attend four Executive Meetings held in March, April, September, and December. They are assigned to a committee(s), work with other District Director’s throughout the year in making decisions for the association, and help facilitate a successful conference. District Directors are the ‘go-to’ clerk in your district to help seasoned and new clerks with any questions you may have.
Join the Team!
- Do you WANT to be involved in making policies and implementing them within the NYSTCA?
- Do you LOVE to lead others, mentor, and act as a liaison between your District and the State Association?
- Do you WANT to help fellow Clerks be the best they can be?
If you’ve said yes to any of these questions, becoming a District Director is the right position for you! We want to hear from you. Fill out the online form here.
Need help finding your District Director?
If you are not sure what district your Town is in, you can look up your district on our map here. You can also reach out to the Association through our website here.