Member Madu Bishnu attended the RI Presidential Conference on LIteracy and WASH in Schools Kolkata, India from 11-13th of March. A great ambassador for Rotary and the E-Club of Melbourne. Well done, Madu!
NEXT GUEST SPEAKER 4th May 2016
SUE ELLSON 120 Ways To Achieve Our Purpose With LinkedIn
With over 415 mmillion members worldwide and more than 7 million members in Australia, LinkedIn in not just a network for professionals, it is a publishing powerhouse and a business marketplace. Rotarians are encouraged to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to advocate goodwill and peace around the world. LinkedIn can help you do this in many ways - and Sue Ellson will be joining our meeting to show us how easy this is to do with her tried and true, tips and techniques for Rotarians and Rotary Clubs.
Sue Ellson was born in Adelaide and moved to Melbourne in 1994. She joined LinkedIn on 21 December 2003 and was one of the first 100,00 people in the world on the platform. She has been consulting on the topic of LinkedIn since 2008 and launched her first book '120 Ways To Achieve Your Purpose With LinkedIn' in February 2016.
If you would like to join in, it's so easy! See below for details. ****************** UPCOMING GUEST SPEAKERS 18TH MAY 2016
PDG NOEL TREVASKIS O.A.M. Rotary International Director Elect for 2016-2017
In 2003 Rotary International awarded Noel the Service Above Self Award, the highest individual award a Rotarian can receive. Noel served as Governor of District 9710 in 2005–2006. In 2007 Noel was the Regional Rotary International Membership Coordinator for Zone 8, a position he held for two years. In 2011 he was appointed to the position of Rotary Coordinator for part of Zone 8, concluding on 30 June 2014. Currently Noel is the Project Lead for Membership Development for Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. In 2013 he was appointed to the Rotary International Advisory Committee for Membership Development, a position he will hold until 2016. Noel has filled the role of Rotary International President’s Representative on five occasions’ at District Conferences.
Club Meeting Details
The Rotary E-Club of Melbourne holds its club meetings every first and third Wednesday of the month at 7:50PM for an 8:00PM start Melbourne time (UTC/GMT+10 hours). We also hold our Project Planning meetings at the same time on the fourth Wednesday of the month. The second Wednesday of the month is reserved for our Board meeting to which all members are welcome.
Our meetings are open to everyone, including members of the public who want to find out more about our club and Rotarians from other Rotary Clubs who wish to do a make-up.
Our meetings are held by default on ZOOM (video conferencing online) but are occasionally held in person in Melbourne, Australia.