Over the course of the 2018-19 Rotary year, the Rotary Board intends to engage the membership in conversations about the club—where it is today and where it should be going.
Since 2010, RCM has built its strategic framework around three goals established by Rotary International (RI). These are:
Build a strong club.
Increase humanitarian service.
Enhance Rotary’s public image.
This strategic framework has served us well, but as RI is in the process of refreshing its strategic view, it is appropriate for us to do so as well. In June 2017, The Rotary International Board of Directors approved a new mission statement:
Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change— across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
How will the Rotary Club of Milwaukee bring this vision to life?
To start the process, over the next two months, Past-President JoAnne Anton, President-Elect Steve Chevalier, President- Nominee Darren Miller and Mary McCormick will have one-on-one conversations with several dozen members of the club.
The information they collect will serve as the basis for deciding how best to engage the larger club in early 2019.
Would you like to be one of Rotarians who sits down for a one-on-one conversation? If yes, just let the Rotary office know of your interest and someone will follow up.