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5 Attributes of Successful and Agile Clubs
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Due to overwhelming demand, a second session has been added:
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The content is the same for both sessions and will be presented in English.

During this webinar we will:
• Share the five features of successful—and growing—clubs
• Introduce the importance of data-driven decisions
• Celebrate the things that make your club unique, including its culture and opportunities for growth

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Aug 24, 2022 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Louisa Horne
Innovative Club Advocate Team Lead @Zones 28 and 32, Rotary
Louisa Horne is a past (2019-20) Chair of the District Leadership Team (aka DG) and is now the Innovative Club Advocate Team Lead for Zones 28 and 32. Louisa is known for creative approaches to leadership, and she is always looking for opportunities to increase impact – and irresistibility – of Rotary. She is an entrepreneur, business leader and doctoral scholar who is passionate about building partnerships and “connecting dots”. A member of the Rotary Club of Halifax Harbour since 2005, Louisa was inspired to join when her younger daughter was selected to be a Youth Exchange student. She served as District Trainer and received a District Vocational Award, Rotarian of the Year Award and was selected for the District 7820 “Heart of the District Award” given to a PDG who continues to have an impact on the District. A multiple Paul Harris Fellow, Louisa led the district’s last Group Study Exchange team to Malaysia and also lead a Rotary Friendship Exchange to New Zealand.
Herb Klotz
Rotary Coordinator @Zone 23 Rotary
Herb joined Rotary in 2011 and is a member of the Allentown West Rotary club near Allentown, PA. He is currently the Zone 32 Rotary Coordinator which covers the Northeast United States and is responsible for promoting membership growth. Herb was the 2019-20 District Governor and the 2016-18 District Membership Chair from District 7430 in Eastern Pennsylvania. He played a key role in developing and implementing a strategic action plan to grow their district membership which included both building vibrant existing clubs and adding new innovative clubs. From 2016-19, District 7430 increased its membership in 3 of the 4 years, added 4 new clubs, and 4 satellites, and had a net gain of nearly 100 members. Herb is a retired chemical engineer and a charter member of Engineers without Borders – Lehigh Valley Professionals and has been actively involved in partnering with Rotary on global and district grant projects in Sierra Leone, Africa, and the Dominican Republic.
Doug Logan
Rotary Coordinator @Zone 28 Rotary
Doug is a dynamic leader, superb communicator, first class facilitator and creative problem solver, possessing an exceptional ability to bring diverse interests together into a common whole. He has repeatedly proven these qualities as an executive director, management consultant and District Governor and Rotary Coordinator. Doug is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary Benefactor and Rotary Bequest Society member. Doug’s Rotary focus on innovation for growth and working with others to strengthen the organization for the future.
Terry Weaver
Rotary Coordinator @Zone 33 Rotary
Terry is the Rotary Coordinator for Zone 33, serving in 2022-25, and served on the Council on Legislation for 2022. His 45 years in Rotary include the Rotary Clubs of St. Louis, Atlanta, Milwaukee and Greenville, SC, 4 of the 100 largest Rotary clubs in the world. He has received both the Rotary Citation for Meritorious Service and the Regional Service Award for a Polio-Free World from The Rotary Foundation, as well as Rotary's highest recognition, the Service Above Self award. He is a member of the Engineering Hall of Fame at Kansas State University. A veteran of 22 years in large corporations, he is the owner of Delta Resource Group, a business coaching and advisory practice that works with business owners to build their companies’ value and plan for transition of ownership.