Speaker Date Topic
Chandra Alexandre, CEO, CAM Sep 27, 2022 8:00 AM
Levers for Change: How Community Action Marin is Alleviating Poverty in Marin
Levers for Change: How Community Action Marin is Alleviating Poverty in Marin

Chandra Alexandre is the CEO of CAM with over 20 years of experience supporting organizations to social justice outcomes. Her work has helped strengthen regional affordable housing and early childhood education initiatives, expand education reform strategies nationally, and resource grassroots-led movement-building for global women's rights. Chandra's commitment to equity serves her well at Community Action Marin, where board and staff are standing with low-income families and individuals struggling to find opportunity and fulfill their dreams in challenging times. Her vision is to help propel local efforts to eradicate disparities forward while promoting self-sufficiency for all in a county that has the largest inequities between racial groups in California. Doing this will require a healing-centered approach that brings awareness of community trauma to the fore. Under her leadership, CAM will continue to provide the high-quality services necessary to meet community needs while also fostering and advocating for a thriving Marin County.

Brian Johnson, Financial Coach, Cmty Action Marin Oct 04, 2022 8:00 AM
Expansion of CAM's Free Financial Coaching Program in Marin County

After a career in financial services, Brian Johnson has been a SparkPoint volunteer financial coach at CAM for the last eight years.  He is currently spearheading a substantial expansion of the coaching program called Project Thrive.  A Marin resident since 1980, Brian also serves as Board President at Marin Bocce Federation.

Sanzuma Work Day Oct 08, 2022 9:00 AM
Community Service

Join us for a work day at our favorite Garden - Bring Gloves, hat, sunscreen and water bottle.

Robert Kuchem, Chair, D5150 Peace Ctr Fellowships Oct 18, 2022 8:00 AM
Rotary Peace Center Fellowships: How You and Your Club Can Help This Great Project

The Rotary Foundation launched a great project twenty years ago, and many of our Rotarians are unfamiliar with it.  Up to 130 fully funded postgraduate university Fellowships can be granted annually to qualified applicants to prepare them for work in building peace and resolving conflicts.   You can help us find those persons.

.In a brief PowerPoint presentation, our District Peace Center Chairperson, Bob Kuchem, will explain the program.  Bob has been a Rotarian for 28 years and is a Past President of the Rotary Club of Novato Sunrise.

No Meeting - Join us for Hike Saturday Oct 25, 2022
HIke This Saturday with Picnic
Beautiful October Hike and Picnic Oct 29, 2022

Join us for a beautiful Marin Hike and a sumptous picnic with our friends from the Rotary Club of San Rafael Evening.  Fun and fellowship are part of the package!

Bev Shwert and Jim Carrier Nov 01, 2022 8:00 AM
Getting to know Beverly Shwert and Jim Carriere
Meeting at Pickleweed Preschool, 40 Canal Street, Nov 08, 2022 8:00 AM

Please join me as we speak with Maria about the preschool, view the "campus" and start to organize for garden beds.  

This is expected to be a great community service project and I hope everyone will get involved!

 

 

 

No meeting. District DDF club showcase Nov 19 Nov 15, 2022
DARK No meeting Nov 22, 2022
Club Assembly Nov 29, 2022 8:00 AM
TBA
No Meeting. Club holiday social on Thursday Dec 8 Dec 06, 2022

We shall join the Rotary Club of Terra Linda at San Rafael Joes for a buffet in their banquet room.  More information to follow.

Paul Schwarzbart Dec 20, 2022 8:00 AM
A Child of the Holocaust

A Viennese survivor, Paul taught for forty-five years in Mill Valley and San Francisco, high school, Alliance Francaise and Cal Extension

DARK No meeting Dec 27, 2022
Club Assembly Jan 31, 2023 8:00 AM
TBA