2017 was easily one of the most challenging years. But that’s definitely a good thing because I would ask for nothing less.
It’s time young people advocate to be equal partners in the table and have shared decision-making power to adult led initiatives.
The first impression of Strasbourg, France on the first day. Nice people, convenient travel options, a lot of French and the death of the mighty dollar.
The story of putting together a training platform on our website to tell Rotarians about Rotaract and to train incoming Rotaract leadership.
My take on the Rotary International Convention 2017. #PeopleOfAction
If you’re between the ages of 18 and 30 and you’re not a Rotaractor, you’re missing out.
The best way to grow as a person is hands-on work. There’s a way to learn in a challenging environment while you make a BIG difference in your community – Volunteer.
Evacuating the campus and home for a hurricane was quite an experience for me because it was my first time. – Hurricane Matthew.
I’ve noticed that there are some rather “odd” (I would say) things you learn/experience when you volunteer at different levels.