The Assistant Governors (AGs) are chosen from Past Presidents and represent the District Governor by assisting clubs in their designated zones. They help the Governor with training seminars, liaison with clubs and providing wise counsel and assistance to clubs in establishing objectives, preparing for and participation in the Governor's official visit, organising joint meetings of clubs and promoting various official district functions. The AG zones for 2012-13 are listed here with the email link to the AG responsible for the Group.

Assistant Governors also:
- meet with and assist the incoming Club Presidents before the beginning of the Rotary year to discuss the Club's goals and to review the Planning Guide for Effective Clubs
- visit each Club regularly, preferably monthly, with a minimum of one visit each quarter of the Rotary year and meet with the Club President and other Club leadership to discuss the business of the Club and resources available to them
- assist Club leaders in planning for the Governor's official visit
- keep the Governor posted on progress of the Clubs and suggest ways to enhance Rotary development and address any problems
- encourage Clubs to follow through on requests and recommendations of the Governor
- monitor each Club's performance with respect to service projects
- identify and encourage the development of future District leaders
- attend the District Team Training Seminar
- attend the President's-Elect Training Seminar and the District Assembly
- advise the incoming Governor on District Committee selections
- attend and actively promote attendance at the District Conference and other District meetings
- participate in Rotary Foundation programs: annual and special giving events and other special assignments as necessary

- participate in the development of the incoming Governor's District Goals during the year prior to the appointment of committee

For a full list of Assistant Governors, please refer to here