Speaker Date Topic
Damon Connolly, Supervisor Oct 24, 2017
Marin County
Roberta Hoffman Oct 31, 2017
Jane Kramer Nov 07, 2017
Elm Program

Jane started the recorder at age seven with early music specialist Arnold Grayson in Miami, Florida. She plays oboe and English horn, studied with Bill Bennett and Jonathan Fischer, played principal oboe with the American Philharmonic/Sonoma, and has been a soloist with the Mill Valley Philharmonic and College of Marin Orchestra.  With a Ph.D. in urban policy and planning from the University of California, Berkeley, Dr. Kramer has worked as a researcher at the University of California, San Francisco, and as a consultant for public sector and non-profit organizations with a focus on vulnerable adolescents. After being awarded a grant to pursue a passion from an anonymous donor at Vassar College, Jane returned to her musical roots to fulfill a dream of replicating the vision of the Fine Arts Music Conservatory of Miami, which she attended as a child. She is the recipient of the 2016 Marin County Humanitarian Award, recognition of the social justice mission of ELM. 

Dara Rossoff Powell, Outreach Associate ‚Äč Nov 14, 2017
Resilient neighborhoods program

Dara has dedicated the last 15 years of her career to sustainability education, environmental outreach, and to implementing community based programs that make an impact. She has taught thousands of students and adults about the Bay Area ecosystem and inspired people to take actions in their daily lives to protect it. She worked with the City of Berkeley, the City of Oakland and the East Bay Regional Park District. During her 6 ½ years with the City of Berkeley she inspired countless students to protect the marine environment and facilitated the engagement of many hundreds of volunteers. She earned Mayoral Special Recognition for her volunteer coordination during the 2007 Cosco Busan Oil Spill response.

Recently with Clean Water Action, she helped to implement the innovative ReThink Disposable program. She engaged food service establishments and the public in strategies to reduce single-use disposables, tracking and measuring the waste prevention that occurred as a result of her work. She collaborated with eight municipal partners across the Bay Area and served as the lead trainer on program implementation. She is educated in Global Sustainability through UCLA, holds a BA from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and is educated in art and marine science. She loves finding elegant solutions to complex problems and working on climate change in her own community. She lives in Marin with her husband and daughter.

WHO AM I and WHAT AM I GETTING FROM ROTARY? 3 Club members share of themselves

Three Club members spend 10 min each talking about what REALLY MATTERS to them.

No morning meeting Dec 12, 2017
Annual Holiday party at Saylor's in Sausalito

Members and significant others are encouraged to come.

3 CLUB MEMBERS Dec 19, 2017

Same format as last month...3 members speak 10 min apiece...who are they and what are they getting from membership in Harbor?