eClub of Latitude 38


The Rotary eClub of Latitude 38 presents the online speaker series, a joint project with the Rotary eClub of Melbourne, we invite you to this webinar sponsored by Rotary District 9820.


When: 29 Jul 2019 07:00 PM AEST - Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney 

Topic: Transforming Rotary's future through strategic change

This event is open all Rotary Clubs and to the public; other service clubs and community groups are welcome to attend.

Rotary International President's representative at the 2019 Victorian Multi-District Conference, RI Director and Chair of the RI Planning Committee. Stephanie is been a Rotarian since 1991 and was named Rotarian of the Year by both her District and her club. Stephanie will take questions in webinar format during her presentation. Join in from home or with your club!!  

Please register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For further information, contact:

Anthony Mayer, Rotary eClub of Latitude 38
e: anthony@onlineiseasy.com.au  |  m: +61 417 047 632


Webinar Speaker Bio:
Dr. Stephanie A. Urchick
(Director and Chair of the Planning Committee at Rotary International)

Dr. Stephanie A. Urchick has considerable experience in executive management, leadership consulting, and inspirational speaking. Stephanie is Partner and COO of Doctors At Work LLC, a company assisting strategic business growth. She has qualifications in International Relations with a Masters degree in Education and a doctorate in Leadership Studies.

A Rotarian since 1991, Stephanie is a member of the Rotary Club of McMurray, Pennsylvania, USA and has served many important Rotary roles, a few include Rotary Foundation Trustee, District Governor, International Training Leader, President’s Representative and as a member of various RI Committees and in various club and district Foundation roles. She is a Major Donor and a member of the Bequest Society of the Rotary Foundation. 

Currently she is helping to partner clubs and districts in the U.S. with Rotary clubs in Kosova and Albania for humanitarian and educational service through the “Call to Kosova” initiative and is assisting TRF with its Rotary Women’s Philanthropy weekends.

Active in numerous community boards and committees, Stephanie has been named Rotarian of the Year by both her Rotary District and her Rotary club, and has received the Distinguished Service Award from The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

Stephanie has many interesting ‘stories’ about outside-of-Rotary activities, including (but not limited to) being named a perogie princess at a Polish tavern, working as a ‘talking reindeer’ at a holiday mall display, being part of a scouting team for a Canadian football team.

Stephanie’s long and impressive list of qualifications, committee and board roles, Rotary roles, service projects, awards and recognitions is contained in her full bio on Latitude 38 website. Her achievements are amazing. She has been very busy and has very impressive runs on the board that cause me to label her a model community service change agent and Rotarian.

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