District Leadership

The volunteer structure of a district depends on the number of units, the size of the territory served, and the nature of the communities making up the district (suburban, rural, low-income urban, etc.). Each district, regardless of size, has a district committee to coordinate the work of the district.

The district has a committee for each of the main functions (Membership, Program, and Finance), plus a commissioner staff for unit service.

The district Key 3 consists of the district chair, district commissioner, and district executive. The district and district Key 3 support units to ensure that our youth members get the best possible Scouting experience in a safe environment. The district Key 3 meet as often as necessary to ensure proper coordination of the work in the district. Usually, the Key 3 work together in building the agenda for the district committee meeting.