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650Melissa Johnson , Senior Policy Analyst, Georgia Budget & Policy Institute Last week's speaker (8/4/2017),Melissa began by describing the work done at GBPI, a non-partisan, non-profit organization, founded in 2004. They produce research and state budget analyses to show ways Georgia can provide better education, health care and opportunity for everyone. Their vision is of a state in which economic opportunity and well-being are shared among all. This week's speaker was our very Bailey Webb, Graphic Design Coordinator of Steam Reality. NewsletterspdfView
651Rotary Club of Atlanta West End's Very Own: Bailey Webb, Graphic Design Coordinator, Stream Realty PartnersLast week's (8/11/2017), Bailey Webb joined Stream Realty Partners in 2015 as a Graphic Design Coordinator for Stream’s Atlanta Office. She works collaboratively with the creative team to develop brand strategy and deliver design components to completion. In addition to brand development she is tasked with integrating innovation to further Stream’s brand across the Atlanta market, including a beer garden project under development on the Beltline in her neighborhood, the West End. Bailey attended the University of West Florida where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design, a Minor in Communications Arts, and a Certificate in Sale’s Management. Before leaving UWF, Bailey participated in the Department of Art’s Art Gallery, and was awarded the Department of Arts Faculty Academic Excellence Award. This week's speaker was Doug Ammar, director of the Georgia Justice Project.NewsletterspdfView
652Doug Ammar, Attorney, Executive Director, Georgia Justice ProjectLast Week's (8/18/2017)Doug Ammar, director of the Georgia Justice Project, a remarkable person leading a remarkable organization. Doug’s been a part of GJP since its inception when it was founded in 1988 by former King & Spalding lawyer, John Pickins. GJP stands as a bridge of hope for many people coming out of prison who want to be financially and socially stable – and wanting to be useful and fulfilled members of society. This week's speaker was Teela Spiller, Executive Director, Atlanta Micro Fund.NewsletterspdfView
669Teela Spiller, Executive Director, Atlanta Micro FundLast week's speaker (8/25/2017) was Teela Spiller, Executive Director, Atlanta Micro Fund. Teela Spiller's career began in Real Estate in 1995. Since this time, she's evolved from leasing and property management to real estate negotiation and mortgage origination to economic development and community lending. Teela controls the Atlanta Micro Fund, a nonprofit revolving loan fund providing access to capital and technical assistance. She also controls teelaspillerinc., a community development and economic revitalization real estate firm. The focus of her efforts includes supporting Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) as well as the communities surrounding them and the creation of commercial corridors in low-income communities. This week's speaker was Javier Mayora, a native of El Salvador, is currently spending a year studying in the United States as part of the Georgia Rotary Student Program, sponsored in part by our club.Newsletters View
671Javier Mayora, a native of El Salvador, Georgia Rotary Student Program Scholarship RecipientLast week's (9/1/2017) speaker was Javier Mayora, a native of El Salvador, who is currently spending a year studying in the United States as part of the Georgia Rotary Student Program, sponsored in part by our club. Since 1946, Rotarians in Georgia have promoted world peace through understanding by offering scholarships to international students for one year of study in Georgia colleges and universities. He shared his home life, culture, and school experiences with members and guests of the club. This week's (9/8/2017) was Joe Sarra of the Georgia Advocacy Office.NewsletterspdfView
674Joe Sarra of the Georgia Advocacy OfficeLast week's speaker (9/8/2017) was Joe Sarra, MSW, supports people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities as well as families/caregivers to identify and access home and community-based services so people remain in their communities and avoid institutionalization. The Children's Freedom Initiative is an example of the work being done around the state to move children out of nursing facilities and into loving, permanent homes. Joe serves as an Advocate with the Georgia Advocacy Office, the independent, federally-mandated Protection and Advocacy System for people with disabilities in Georgia. GAO envisions a Georgia where all people have value, visibility and voice; where even the most difficult and long-lasting challenges are addressed by ordinary citizens acting voluntarily on behalf of each other; and where the perception of disability is replaced by the recognition of ability. This week's speaker (9/15/2017) was Jay Neal, Executive Director of Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.NewsletterspdfView
197Nigeria's One Year MilestoneYouTube video on Nigeria’s progress in eliminating polio.Videospolio View
198Historic Moments: PolioPlus Turns 30Link to RI article and video on PolioPluspolio View
199GlobalOutlook: A Rotarian’s Guide to Advocacy for Polio Eradication9-page PDF article from Rotarian MagazinepoliopdfView
200Polio FactsheetShort factsheet about Polio from Rotary Internationalpolio View
201Polio Disease14-page PDF from the CDC about the poliomyelitis (Polio) diseasepoliopdfView
202Areas of Focus Goal Chart1-page PDF chart summarizing areas of focusFoundation ChairspdfView
203Global Grants Scholar Application8-page Word scholarship applicationFoundation ChairsdocView
225Women’s Groups Associated with Rotary Clubsa short article about the history of women’s involvement with RotaryRotary Ann View
2442014 RI Young Professionals Summit Final ReportIn September 2014, Rotary International hosted 32 young professional Rotarians and Rotaractors in Chicago to talk about ways that clubs and districts can engage and empower current and future Rotarians. This report highlights the findings from this summit.Young Professionalsyoung professionals, YP, summitpdfView
2452014 RI Young Professionals Summit Promo VideoIn September 2014, Rotary International hosted 32 young professional Rotarians and Rotaractors in Chicago to talk about ways that clubs and districts can engage and empower current and future Rotarians. This video provides a brief glimpse into the this unique 2-day session.Young Professionalsyoung professionals, YP View
246Why Rotary? according to Z25/26 YPsWhen asked "Why Rotary?," nearly 100 young professional Rotarians provided three words to answer this question. In this word frequency diagram, the bigger the word, the more often it was said.Young Professionalsyoung professionals, YP, word diagramjpgView
2472015 D6900 Young Professionals SummitPatterned after the 2014 RI YPS, D6900 conducted a young professionals summit in March 2015.Young Professionalsyoung professionals, YP, summitpdfView
248Why Rotary? according to D6900 YPsWhen asked "Why Rotary?" during D6900's March 2015 YP summit, participants provided three words to answer this question. In this word frequency diagram, the bigger the word, the more often it was said.Young Professionalsyoung professionals, YP, word diagrampngView
249Zone 25/26 YP Summit District GoalsAt the end of the 2-day August 2015 YP summit for Zones 25/26, each district prepared an action plan to take back to their clubs. This report provides a summary of these ideas.Young Professionalsyoung professionals, YP, summitpdfView
250Guide to Engaging and Attracting Young Professionals (March 2016)This guide provides a summary of ideas and actions for engaging and attracting young professionals.Young Professionalsyoung professionals, YP, summitpdfView
304Global Grant Scholarship - Scholar BriefTwo sided flyer for prospective scholarship applicants. Flyer contains basic information about Global Grant Scholarship: description, purpose, eligibility, timeline, contact information.Presidents, Foundation Chairs, Assistant Governorsscholarship, grantpdfView
306Global Grant Scholar Information - 2016GG Scholarship Scholar Information Package 2016 is an information resource for prospective scholarship applicants. Package includes: description, purpose, eligibility criteria, timeline, contact information and Rotary Areas of Focus Goal Chart.scholar, grant, packagepdfView
307Rotary Areas of Focus Policy StatementAn in-depth look at Rotary International's Six Areas of Focus, for use as a resource to help Rotarians and prospective scholarship grant applicants to determine alignment of the scholar's plans with the humanitarian goals of The Rotary Foundation. Presidents, Foundation Chairs, Assistant GovernorsAreas, scholarship, policypdfView
309Governor Bob Visit To India (2016)link to Vimeo videoVideos View
3162016 District Conference: Rotary SongRotary Song by Felicia Franklin-Warner, Rotary Club of Lake SpiveyVideosvideo,district conference View
3172016 District Conference: Minda DentlerMinda Dentler on the impact of PolioVideosvideo,district conference View
3182016 District Conference: Be The VoiceBe the Voice – Debbie Cwalina, Rotary Club of RoswellVideosvideo,district conference View
3192016 District Conference: Income RI President John Germ (Saturday night)John Germ Incoming President of Rotary International – Saturday NightVideosvideo,district conference View
3202016 District Conference: Stop Human TraffickingStop Human Trafficking – Dave McCleary, Rotary Club of RoswellVideosvideo,district conference View
3212016 District Conference: Incoming RI President John Germ (Friday night)John Germ Incoming President of Rotary International – Friday NightVideosvideo,district conference View
322Ash ChandlerAsh Chandler’s performance at 2016 District ConferenceVideosvideo,district conference View
3602016-08-11 Membership Webinar (2017)1 hour YouTube video of membership webinar held in District 6900Membership Chairs, Videosmembership,video,webinar View
3832017 Rotaract Award (2017)1-page PDF for submission for 2017 Rotaract AwardpdfView
3842017 Interact Award (2017)1-page PDF form for submission for 2017 Interact AwardpdfView
4452017 RYLA Documents (2017)Zip file containing the 2017 RYLA Club Commitment, Selection Brochure, Info for Students, Timeline and Chair Checklist pdf documents.Service ChairszipView
473Lead Your Club 134 page PDF with Section 1 and Section 2 of Rotary Lead Your Club guidePresidentspdfView
5322017 District Assembly General Session27-page PDF of the slides from DGE Alec Smythe’s presentationPresidentspdfView
5472017 Spring Interact Conference Materials (2017)zip archive containing Word documents for the Spring Interact ConferencePresidents, Service ChairszipView
677Sandestin Resort MapSandestin resort map for Rotacon 2018 - April 26-29, 2018pdfView