By Courtney Drew, Rotary staff
When I first interviewed to work at Rotary International, I told my future manager I was looking for a place to dig my roots deep; to contribute to the bigger picture, and to feel like I was part of an extended family. That, so far, has exactly been my experience here at Rotary and I am incredibly grateful.
Taking part in El Tour de Tucson as a member of the Miles to End polio team will provide a new level of depth to my roots; and bolster my connection to the Rotary family.
Rest stop during a recent ride.
I have been fortunate enough to play a support role at two International Conventions (2015 and 2016), and one International Assembly (2016). I have met several hundred Rotarians and Rotaractors, all of whom are committed to doing good within their communities and throughout the world. I love listening to their stories as they tell me how and why they’ve come to be a part of the Rotary family and why it’s such a huge part of their lives. Their energy, their passion, their wisdom inspires me to do more, to work harder, to make …read more
Source:: Rotary International Blog