The Regional Vice Chair is an important role in the Liberal Democrats, deputising for the regional chair in their absence, supporting the regional executive with its goals, and working on developmental projects in your area.
The Regional Vice Chair is a broad role which can be flexibly interpreted. This allows for greater strategic utility in each region, making it adaptive to the developmental needs of the region.
The political challenges will always be different for the party in different parts of the country, so the Regional Vice Chair role does not have a rigid definition. It is one of the few roles which enables the incumbent to have a large input into defining what they do, working with the Regional Chair and Executive on solving problems and implementing solutions, depending on circumstances.