Speaker Date Topic
Susan "Suzi" Howe; RI Director 2020-22 Jun 09, 2020
Rotary Opens Opportunities - Leadership, Membership and Engagement
Rotary Opens Opportunities - Leadership, Membership and Engagement

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From the, Rotary Club of Space Center, Houston, Texas, Suzi is passionate about sharing her training and educational skills, she has volunteered as training leader and as a member of the Rotary Leadership Training and Development Committee. She has also served RI as regional Rotary Foundation coordinator, host committee advisor for the 2022 Rotary International Convention, and vice chair of the End Polio Now Countdown to History Challenge Committee. In 2005, Howe won the Dome City Award on behalf of all Houston-area Rotarians for her work running logistics for the 650 Rotarian volunteers at the Houston Astrodome who helped 250,000 Hurricane Katrina evacuees from New Orleans over a three-week period. 

Howe is also a talented fundraiser, having organized three separate Million Dollar Dinners, the last one alone raising $3.8 million for The Rotary Foundation. “If you make eye contact with me, I will be asking you to make a contribution,” she says.

Howe is a recipient of the Service Above Self Award, and The Rotary Foundation’s Distinguished Service Award and Citation for Meritorious Service. She and her husband, Bill, are Arch Klumph Society and Bequest Society members. 

 

Det. Carter Staaf - Virtual Zoom Meeting Jun 16, 2020
Human Trafficking - Victim Approach and LE Operations
Human Trafficking - Victim Approach and LE Operations

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Det Carter Staff, is a with the Invetigative Opperations Division - Special Investigations Unit of the EP Police Dept. His outreach is very personal, impacts the Human Trafficking cause to rescue victims and educate the community.

Jon Kaufman Jul 14, 2020
H2OpenDoors - Rotary Intl. Water Project

H2OpenDoors is a project of Rotary International. In the last 5 years they've installed 23 purified water bottling plants in 9 countries. These SunSpring-centered facilities provide 5000 gallons per day of safe drinking water. Enough for 10,000 people to have 1/2 gallon of water every day for over 10 years. This past Janaury, in colaboration with your EPAM Club, Edina Noon, and several California Clubs, we installed a SunSpring in the Escuintla National Pediatric Hostpital in Guatemala. Pure water is life changing!