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Welcome to Rotary of Atlanta West End! Many things have changed in Atlanta's West End since 1958, bu one thing has remained the same...The Rotary Club of Atlanta West End. Throughout our 60+ year history, our organizational DNA hasn't changed. We have always worked to build strong relationships between servant leaders of diverse backgrounds, leveraging our resources for broader collective impact in our community.

Why join Rotary of Atlanta West End? You'll connect with other members who are respected, engaged professionals and community leaders from a cross-section of some of Atlanta's most influential institutions.

You'll instantly be part of an international fellowship, welcomed to visit and network with any of the more than 33,000 Rotary clubs in 200 countries

Each week, you'll meet thought-provoking speakers who will deepen your understanding of our city and how it works.

And you'll enjoy sharing time with our fun, informal, friendly group at weekly meetings, social events, conferences, and service projects.

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

  • Join Leaders: Connect with leaders from our community and the world
  • Exchange Ideas: Expand your network and your worldview
  • Take Action: Help create lasting change in our community and other communities around the world

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Atlanta West End Rotary Blog

Stories about Rotary as told by our membership.

Greg Clay, Empowrd.com, on the Value of Public Service

At the April 16th meeting of Rotary of Atlanta West End, Greg Clay of Empowrd.com gave an inspiring message about leadership. Greg is a native of Atlanta. He attended B.E. Mays High School in southwest Atlanta, did his undergraduate work at Florida A&M University, and his graduate work at the University of Kansas. Importantly, Greg returned … [more]

Posted by Kimberly Carlisle
Rotary Club of Atlanta West End
April 16, 2021 2:00pm

Keith A. Lewis, Jr. - I'm a Father F1rst

On April 9, our weekly club speaker was Keith A. Lewis, Jr., co-founder of I’m A Father F1rst. The goal of I’m A Father F1rst is to “Rebrand the Man” in every way. In 2017, Keith and Jermaine Clarke began a movement to show the world that their drive, commitment, and passion stemmed from one central thing – … [more]

Posted by Jared Evans
Rotary Club of Atlanta West End
April 9, 2021 2:00pm

Debra Stokes Talks About Purpose and The Green Coat

Atlanta West End Rotarian Rose Caplan, who’s arranged for outstanding speakers for AWER during March, National Women’s Month, introduced the club's March 26th speaker Debra Stokes. By way of background Debra said she believes that everyone is born with a purpose, so for the past 50 years or so, she's been pursuing hers. … [more]

Posted by Neil Shorthouse
Rotary Club of Atlanta West End
March 26, 2021 2:00pm

Judge Wenona Belton, Fulton County Juvenile Court - A Light for Our Children

Judge Wenona Belton of the Fulton County Juvenile Court recently spoke to the Rotary Club of Atlanta West End. Judge Belton shared her journey to becoming a judge. As an adolescent, Judge Belton considered a career practicing law, but was discouraged by a high school counselor. Consequently, she pursued another interest—fashion. After … [more]

Posted by Kimberly Carlisle
Rotary Club of Atlanta West End
March 19, 2021 2:00pm

Carden Wyckoff, Champion of Accessibility and Inclusion for People with Disabilities

At Rotary of Atlanta West End's weekly meeting on March 5, Rose Caplan introduced Carden Wyckoff, a disability advocate, former chair of MARTA’s Accessibility and Inclusion Task Force, UGA graduate (2015), wheelchair warrior, Senior Pardot Support Engineer at Salesforce, and host of “Freewheelin with Carden” podcast. Carden … [more]

Posted by Collin Smith
Rotary Club of Atlanta West End
March 5, 2021 2:00pm
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