Talking Rotary is a podcast featuring the work done by the service organization Rotary International. The podcast features the good works of Rotary clubs in the district, the zone and the world.
Everybody Can Be of Service with Denise Dinoto
As a sixteen year old Denise Dinoto was given some advice.
"What ever you are asked to do, whatever opportunity presents itself, say yes. Do it all. You never know if you're going to get another chance. And, and that's, that's kind of how I've always tried to live my life. Say yes, do it all. You don't know if you're gonna get another chance."
It seems to have served her well. She started in Rotary as the first person with a disability to complete a student exchange and is now about to become District Governor.
In this episode we talk about service, disability, equity, inclusion and the impact of Rotary
Rotary Changes Lives with Angela Walker
Rotary changed Angela Walker's life. An injured veteran, Angela was feeling lost. After a chance meeting with a Rotarian, she decided to become involved.
Today this two time Club President and District Membership Chair brings commitment and energy to Rotary. She makes Rotary better. We had a great conversation.
Polio Eradication with Michel Zaffran
Michel Zaffran is the former Director of Polio Eradication at the World Health Organization.
In our conversation we talk about polio eradication, vaccines, public health and the role Rotary has to play.
Small Things with a Big Impact with Dr. Nancy Hansen
This time on Talking Rotary Dr. Nancy Hansen talks about making a big impact while doing small things.
From Miss Easter Seal 1966 to proud educator and Rotarian you will want to hear Nancy's story.
To support her work, you can reach her at email@example.com
Humanitarian Landmine Removal with Hansjörg Eberle
This time on Talking Rotary we talk about landmine removal with Hansjörg Eberle, Founder and Director of Fondation Suisse de Déminage (FSD).
Learn more about their work at:
You will also find a related article in the April 2022 edition of Rotary Magazine.
Changing Lives with Mohan Kumar
This time on Talking Rotary we speak with proud Rotarian Mohan Kumar. Mohan is a master trainer, a Rotary champion of health and a diversity advocate.
He changes lives my helping to provide artificial limbs to those in need. Learn more about his work by following these links:
The Ellen Meadows Prostectic Hand Foundation
The Health Education and Wellness Rotary Action Group
You can also contact Mohan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org