Speaker Date Topic
Cy Ward, Madelyn & Christine Lindsay Nov 12, 2019
Rotary Youth Exchange Program
Coach Mo Nov 26, 2019
How to Lead with Millenials: Leading in the New Era of Business

I started my professional career in Fortune 500 Management and spent almost a decade learning from a couple of the largest companies on the planet.  I started my first business 6 years ago, and a year later I started Club MO (a personal training program / facility) . From there I started speaking and conducting training seminar for corporate leadership.  In the millennial style, I currently operate Club MO, speak, and am pursing my third simultaneous venture as a building contractor (Built Builder “Let me do the heavy lifting.”).  I’ll offer an entertaining yet brief history lesson on Business in America, identify what has changed and how, then how can Businesses and leaders react to this change. 

My new book with the title of this talk was published in Spring 2019 - How to Lead Millennials: Lead in the New Era of Business

Club Social Event at Commonwealth SkyBar Dec 03, 2019
Holiday Party, featuring CHS Orchestra Dec 10, 2019
James E. Ryan (UVA President) Jan 14, 2020
A joint meeting of all three local Rotary Clubs
Stephanie Carter & Amanda Jay (CATEC) Jan 28, 2020
Mock Interview Volunteerism at CATEC

Stephanie Carter is the Director of Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Education (CATEC). CATEC serves high school and adult students within the Charlottesville community, training them in high-demand career fields. Stephanie has been an educator for 15 years and has previously has led the City of Charlottesville’s career and technical education program. She is an empathetic and innovative school leader who also helped to open the city’s Lugo-McGinness Academy and to launch the division’s virtual education programs.

 

Amanda Jay is the Career Development Specialist at Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Education Center (CATEC). Amanda has instructed hundreds of students over the last 10 years on workplace readiness skills, providing support to students who are launching their careers in their industry areas. Professional behaviors that are emphasized in the program include strategic resume writing, marketing oneself the workforce, and facilitating interview experiences, including mock interviews for CATEC students who are entering the Charlottesville community upon graduation.

Clay Eure Feb 11, 2020
Emotional Intelligence
Tonya King (Living Free) Feb 25, 2020
Living Free Together: Programs for Military Families
Bill Mawyer (Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority) Mar 10, 2020
Long Term Drinking Water Supply Plan for the Businesses and Residents of Charlottesville/Albemarle

Bill Mawyer, Executive Director
Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority

A long range drinking water plan was crafted in 2012 in response to a major drought which gripped the area in 2002. This plan included construction of a new dam for the Ragged Mountain Reservoir, as well as a new pipeline to connect the South Rivanna Reservoir and the Ragged Mountain Reservoir.

Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority (RWSA) was created in 1972 by the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County to provide wholesale water supply, water treatment, and wastewater interception and treatment for the City and Albemarle County. Our staff is dedicated to providing an adequate water supply for now and in the future while protecting the natural environment. Drinking water is distributed throughout the urban community by ACSA and Charlottesville Public Utilities. We then receive the community’s wastewater, treat it, and safely return it back to the environment in the form of clean water.

Laurie Menzel Mar 24, 2020
Rotary District 7610 Major Fundraising
Peter Kyle (Director, Rotary Zones 33/34) Apr 28, 2020
A Hospitable Legacy in Charlottesville Rotary

Director Peter R. Kyle (2020-22)

Peter first came to the US from New Zealand in 1973 to pursue post-graduate studies in law at the University of Virginia as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar. After a career in private legal practice in New Zealand he returned to the US in 1992 to take up a position with the World Bank as a senior international attorney.  He retired from this position in 2009.

He was inducted into Rotary in 1976 and has since served the organization in many capacities. He has been particularly involved in alumni/Rotary Peace Fellow activities and has chaired both the Alumni Relations and Rotary Peace Centers Committees. He has also served as an International Assembly Trainer, COL Delegate, RI President’s Representative and WASRAG Board member. He currently serves as the Dean of the Rotary Representative Network and will be the RI Director for 2020-22 in Zones 33 & 34, representing all of the Southeastern U.S. and the Caribbean.

Peter has received the Global Alumni Service to Humanity Award together with the Service above Self Award and the Citation for Meritorious Service. He and his wife, Margaret, live on the West River in Maryland in a home designed by Margaret and close to their two children and one grandson.