Club Leaders' Team and leadership Roles

District 110 in 2024-2025 has 4 Divisions

Division A Hungary and Croatia

Division B Slovakia, Serbia, Ukraine, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Division C Czech Republic

Division D Romania and Moldova. 

Dnipro Hills Toastmasters club (Kyiv, Ukraine) is a part of the worldwide Toastmasters network. Our public speaking club was established on August 02, 2002, and became the third Toastmasters Club in Ukraine. The club’s mission is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication, public speaking and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.

Historically, Toastmasters has been all about developing one’s public speaking skills. And Dnipro Hills does precisely that enabling its members to defeat that stage fright and become convincing, vibrant public speakers. And since all meetings are held in English, it’s a great place to practice your language skills, too!

Every Toastmasters club has its special vibe. Dnipro Hills’ members are enthusiastic, proactive and full of brilliant ideas professionals. Our meetings are never boring. We often organize special projects like picnics, debates, training sessions, speech contests, visiting other Toastmasters clubs in Ukraine and abroad, and much more! You will surely not regret your decision!

Becoming an Officer...

Each of the officers in a Toastmasters club has certain responsibilities to fulfill in supporting the club and its members. There are several officer positions within each Toastmasters club both to spread the workload fairly and to expand the leadership opportunities for club members.

Filling an officer role does not mean that you are required to do the job alone. Being an officer simply means that you are responsible for ensuring that the job gets done. As an officer, you are allowed - indeed, encouraged - to ask other members of the club to help you fulfill your duties. Dnipro Hills Toastmasters club holds the elections once a year (annually). 

Main Benefits of Becoming an Officer in Dnipro Hills

Club Executive Team

Collectively, a club's officers are referred to as the club's Executive Team. 

Leaders team in July 2024 - June 2025 educational period:

⭐️ President, L&D Lead - Olha Shapovaliuk 

⭐️ Vice President, Finance Director - Dmytro Nazarenko 

⭐️ L&D Strategy-Lead, Scheduling - Nataly Parubocha 

⭐️ Immediate Past President, L&D Manager - Yura Boychuk 

⭐️ Policy Administrator, Inventory Manager - Eric Helliwell 

⭐️ Public Relations, Secretary - Lesia Yurchyshyn 

⭐️ Sergeant at Arms, Inventory Manager - Denis Semiriad 

According to the Toastmasters International educational system, club officer positions and their respective responsibilities are listed below. 

 You may join the Officers team and influence your sphere of responsibility and growth, taking non-official Toastmasters roles like

We are here for you to help you improve your public speaking skills, answer any questions and organize our meetings, contests and special events! 

Our friendly and competent team will do everything to make your education and visits as beneficial and fun as possible. 

Preparing to Be a Club Officer

One of the most important things to do in preparing for a club officer position is to attend one of the Club Officer Training sessions sponsored by the district. (In fact, attending these sessions is one of the goals for helping make your club a Distinguished Club.) Please make every effort to attend training so you can receive the support you need to better serve your club.

Transferable Skills

Think that being a club officer is all work and no benefit? Think again! Check out the transferable skills you can develop by being a club officer. It's a win/win for all! A table showing the transferable skills for each office is available in the bottom of the page. 


The President is the chief executive officer for the club. Here is what President does:  

Transferable Skills: Team building/Leading, Strategic Planning/Guidance, Conflict Resolution, Negations/Project management, Meeting Facilitation, Time Management, Parliamentary Processes, Consulting, Coaching and Networking

Vice President Education

The Vice President Education (VPE) manages all educational programs within the club. Here is what VPE does:  

Transferable Skills: Scheduling, Conflict Resolution, Negotiations, Strategic Planning, Time Management, Recognition Incentives, Event/Meeting Planning, Personnel Development, Career Planning, Training and Networking

Vice President Membership

The Vice President Membership (VPM) manages the activities that sustain and increase the number of members in the club. Here is what VPM does:  

Transferable Skills: Personnel Orientation, Personnel Development, Career Planning, Customer service, Public Relations, Reward/Incentive, Planning, Campaign Development, Marketing and Sales, Consulting, Seminar Development and Networking

Vice President Public Relations

The Vice President Public Relations (VPPR) manages the creation and maintenance of the club's image. The primary responsibilities of this role involve both internal and external communications. Here is what Secretary does:  

Transferable Skills: Media Relations, Campaign Development, Reward/Incentive, Planning, Consulting, Journalism, Publications, Advertising and Promotion, Photography, Graphic Design, Seminar Development and Networking


The Secretary manages all record-keeping and correspondence. The primary responsibilities of this role involve handling administrative details between the club and Toastmasters International and keeping the club's documents available and up-to-date. Here is what VPM does:  

Transferable Skills: Report Writing, Policy Administration, Purchasing, Order Processing, Historian/Librarian, Research, Document Control and Event Coordination


The Treasurer manages the club's financial health. The primary responsibilities of this role involve handling the club's finances, including the collection of club dues and the payment of all bills. Here is what Treasurer does:  

Transferable Skills: Budget Preparation, Revenue Tracking, Revenue Forecasting, Revenue Generation, Money Management, Policy Administration, Purchasing and Consulting

Sergeant at Arms

The Sergeant at Arms (SAA) manages the club's meeting facilities and decorum. The primary responsibilities of this role involve all those tasks expected of the host of the meeting. Here is what Sergeant at Arms does:  

Transferable Skills: Report Writing, Inventory Management, Master of Ceremonies, Interpersonal/Communication Skills, Customer Service, Negotiations, Consulting and Event Planning

Skills Development