It’s Time to Melt the “Frozen Middle” and Create a “River of Hope”

John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON The issue of climate change and the melting of the polar caps is everywhere at this moment in history. However, according to one former  Rotary International director Rotary also has its ice… Continue Reading →

12 Toronto Rotarians Recommend a Restaurant for RiConvention Delegates

By John Borst with a lot of help from 14 other Toronto Rotarians. On Friday, February 2, 2018, I visited the Rotary Club of Toronto. It is the one that exists in the heart of Toronto’s Central Business District. Many… Continue Reading →


  Are we afraid to track and share our diversity metrics? by John Borst, Past President, Rotary Club of Dryden, ON Sometimes ideas unexpectedly, seem to converge. This is what happened with the topic of diversity within Rotary this past… Continue Reading →

Is it ‘Not ready yet’ or because ‘Equality is disruptive’?

by John Borst At District 5550’s recent conference titled “Infinite Possibilities,” it was anything but ‘infinite possibilities’ for women in Rotary. An opportunity presented itself to discuss with an internationally renowned woman the issue of a woman as president anytime… Continue Reading →

Gender Reconciliation As Path To Diversity

By Past District Governor Jimmy A. Cura, Rotary Club of Rizal West, Philippines Rotary International, D3830; Distinguished Peace Fellow 2012 conferred by WAVES For Peace, Why The Topic? The topic assigned to me by the convenor and producer of this… Continue Reading →

How diverse is your club?

Making sure your club reflects your community Ten years ago, the Rotary Club of Cupertino, California, USA, had about 100 members — nearly all of them white men. Today, it boasts a growing membership that better reflects its predominantly Asian… Continue Reading →

Ten Criteria for an Effective Rotary Club

By Rob Wood, Rotary Club of South San Francisco My top ten personal criteria for an effective Rotary club are: . One: The club impacts the local community in multiple, very visible and very personal ways, from the schools to… Continue Reading →

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