Introducing  Jennifer Jones, Rotary International's President 2022-2023
In July, Rotary International at its International Assembly in Houston Teaxas USA,  inducted Jennifer E. Jones to be Rotary's 2022-2023 President. Jennifer is the  first woman to hold that office in the organization’s 115-year history.
Jennifer is .a member of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, Canada and  had previously been nominated to become Rotary International’s president for 2022-23, in a groundbreaking selection.

The Rotary International Assembly is held every year to induct the incoming world-wide  Rotary District Governors and to formally introduce the incoming President.
Rotary is a global membership organization that brings people from all continents and cultures together to share, learn and take action to bring positive and lasting change to communities around the world.
Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges.
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At the Assembly,  Jennifer spoke of her vision and introduced her selected Rotary International Logo and theme  for 2022-2023. This is " Imagine Rotary" , the icon image of which is shown in the page heading above.  She wants members to imagine the possibilities in the change they can make to transform the world. "Imagine Rotary", as she urged people to dream big and harness their connections and the power of Rotary to turn those dreams into reality. “Imagine", a world that deserves our best,” Jones told incoming district governors on January 20, 2022, “where we get up each day knowing that we can make a difference.”.

Jones also announced the appointment of a Rotaract member as a Rotary public image coordinator and said that she has included Rotaractors on several committees and will assign some Rotaractors as president’s representatives. This is part of the thrust to engage young people  into the Rotary  humanitarian Ideals 

“We have been entrusted with leadership in our great organization,” Jones said. “Now it is up to us to be brave and intentional in our actions, and let others help us lead.

Jones closed her address by saying that although we all have dreams, acting on them is a choice we make. When an organization like Rotary dreams about big things like ending polio and creating peace, she said, it becomes our responsibility to make them happen. “You don’t imagine yesterday,” Jones said, “you imagine tomorrow.”

To read her address to the incoming District Governors See:


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