E. Michelle Bohreer is an attorney and founder and Managing Member of Bohreer Law Firm, PLLC and the proud mom of her AUsome son, Luke.
 
July 1, 2021 officially began her 2021-2022 Rotary Year when she was installed as our District Governor for Rotary District 5890 at her "Peace, Love, Funk" Installation Celebration. 
 
Michelle joined Rotary in 1999 and was honored to serve as Club President of the Rotary Club of Houston for 2008-2010.  Michelle will tell you she became a real Rotarian on January 12, 2010 when she was in Haiti on a Rotary service project trip and a 7.4 Earthquake hit.  After being their Assistant Governor in 2010-2012, she joined and remains a proud member of  the Rotary Club of Houston Skyline, a self described drinking club with a service problem.
 
Michelle has served the District in numerous ways, including District Conference Chair for the Geaux Rotary Conference and All Club Chair for many of our Past District Governors.
 
Michelle has been recognized as Rotary District 5890 "Assistant Governor of the Year" and "Rotarian of the Year".  She was 1 of only 150 Rotarians worldwide that received the 2017 "Service Above Self Award", Rotary International’s highest individual recognition.  Most recently she was awarded "Houston Woman's Magazine 50 Most Influential Women of 2020-2021."
 
Michelle is a Paul Harris Society Member, Major Donor and Bequest Society Level II to The Rotary Foundation.
 
Check out Michelle's theme song, Uptown Funk, which shows how Michelle brings her energy, passion and fun in all she does for Rotary and life.
 
      
         
District Governor Michelle's May 2022  Governor's VLOG:  "Youth Service Month" 
 
 
 
 

Michelle Bohreer Named "Houston Woman's  Magazines "50 Most Influential Women of 2020-2021"

Everyone that knows and loves Michelle Bohreer has always known that she is not an ordinary person.  She has always been was our "Woman of the Century" and we are so proud that Houston Woman's Magazine honored her as one of their "50 Most Influential Women of 2020-2021."
 
 
The ceremony was held at The Junior League of Houston and included women that are change makers that are creating a difference in their communities, in their vocation, and the lives of others.
 
As Beverly Denver, Public of the Houston Women's Magazine said, "Each in this year's "class" is intelligent and interesting.  Each spends her time and energy doing what she loves most.  Each speaks of her interests enthusiastically and with great joy.  Each is actively engaged in activities that move her forward in her career and in live and, at the same time, allow her to make significant contributions to our community.  Each gives generously of her time and talents to help local charities and other nonprofits and the clients they serve.  Because of their knowledge and expertise of these honorees, others listen when they speak and follow when they lead."