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women in Rotary

Where are Rotary’s Angry Women?

As I was leaving the Toronto Breakout session on Rotary Research, I happened to find myself next to the panellist Mary Beth Growney Selene. Selene is currently a Trustee on the Rotary Foundation Board (2016-2019) and a past member of… Continue Reading →

The long struggle to bring women into Rotary

Editor’s note: the following is an edited excerpt from “Rotary News” in a May 7th article. I have long known of the struggle of the Duarte Club, however, I had no idea the issue dated as far back as 1950.  Grafton… Continue Reading →

The ‘Wonder Woman’ I have known in Rotary

Within Rotary in North America, “the growth in the power of women” is now well entrenched. by John Borst, Past President Rotary Club of Dryden, ON In February 1941, Dr. William Moulton Marston, an internationally famous psychologist submitted a draft… Continue Reading →

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