Fernando Pinto Nercelles
By Fernando Pinto Nercelles
When I learned about the changes approved by the 2016 Council on Legislation that allowed Rotaractors to join a Rotary club while maintaining their Rotaract membership, I immediately saw an opportunity and knew that I had to take it. Why?
It’s quite simple, I feel dual membership is one of the most effective ways devised to achieve the best of both worlds. Continue reading
Corporate membership has helped the Rotary Club of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, attract senior business leaders.
By Robert Fisher, Rotary Club of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
As the first club chartered in Australia, we have a membership of around 250 people. We had two ‘champions’ who were keen to introduce corporate membership. Over several years, they sought acceptance of this category in the upper layers of Rotary, and eventually were given the go-ahead to try it as part of a pilot project in 2011. Continue reading