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Carmen is a member of the Rotary Club of the University Area – Houston; Prior District positions include 2 years as District Secretary, 2 years as District Treasurer, 3 years as Youth Exchange Treasurer, 1 year as Assistant Governor.

Carmen is a Major Donor and has traveled with Rotary for a National Immunization Day to India and to Nicaragua Children of the Dump Project. She led an Inbound and Outbound Friendship Exchange with Russia in 2015 and 2016 respectively and will serve as Chair of the US Section of the Russia United States Intercountry Committee 2019-2020.

Rotary e-Club of Houston Donates 20 Tons of Food to HelpVenezuelan Refugees in Cucuta and Pamplona. Hope For Venezuelan Refugees Pilot Project Helps Alleviate Hunger and Builds Peace. The Rotary e-Club of Houston, through its Hope For Venezuelan Refugees pilot project is helping alleviate hunger and improve malnutrition among vulnerable Venezuelan refugees and ‘caminantes’ (walkers) in Cúcuta and Pamplona throughthe donation of 20 tons of Rise Against Hunger (RAH) meals. Continue reading for more details.


Three Rotary Global Grants worth over $232,000 completed in Cucuta, Colombia. We congratulate Several Rotary Clubs across District 5890 and our Global Grant Partner clubs from New Zealand, Korea, and the United States on this successful collaboration!

Each project addressed the core rotary service areas namely education, prevention and treatment of disease and maternal and child health. The projects include Five Smart virtual classrooms in each of four public schools along with two audio devices serving 3,300 students. 

Emergency equipment for the Pediatric ward of the Erasmo Meoz hospital in Cucuta. 
Medical equipment for the Gynecology ward of the Erasmo Meoz hospital. 

The host clubs on these projects were the R.C. of San Jose de Cucuta and the R.C. of Cucuta II. 

Read more for the detailed report from Bill Davis.

Jennifer served as the Vice President of Rotary International in 2016-2017. She has served the organization as a training leader, moderator, committee vice-chair, coordinator and President’s Representative. She also played a lead role in Rotary’s rebranding effort as the Chair of the Strengthening Rotary’s Advisory Group.

The Global Scholarship committee of District 5890 in Texas today awarded three $30,000 scholarships for study towards  Master’s degree to three excellent candidates, Sammy Hameed; sponsored by the Rotary Club of Seabrook, David Oleson; sponsored by the Rotary Club of Brazosport and Ashley Cooney; sponsored by the Rotary Club of Humble. The Committee wishes to recognize the significant contributions to the interview process by former scholars Daniella Romero, Olivia Hernandez, and Annum Jaffer. Hearty congratulations and best wishes to all the candidates!

To hear from the candidates from past watch this youtube video:

This year's District Conference will be in sunny Corpus Christi at the Omni located on N. Shoreline Blvd. from May 2-5, 2019. We are planning fishing event and golf tournament along with the welcome dinner Thursday being at the Texas State Aquarium and a dinner on-board the USS Lexington Friday night. All culminating into the Princess & Pirates Ball Saturday night at the Omni. We are going to have amazing speakers and tons of fun for Rotarians, spouses and children!
Here is the link for Registration and Hotel Reservation:
We are pleased to have Tibor P. Nagy, Jr. currently serves as the Assistant Secretary for African Affairs at the U.S. Department of State as our speaker for Rotary Club of Humble on January 23, 2019. Prior to this appointment, Ambassador Nagy served as Vice Provost for International Affairs at Texas Tech University from 2003 to 2018. During that time he lectured nationally on Africa, foreign policy, international development, and U.S. diplomacy, in addition to serving as a regular op-ed contributor to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal newspaper on global events. 


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