Membership
 
District Membership Director
Rae-Anne Medforth
Ph: 0411 054 119
Rae-Anne Medforth
 
 
The impact of Rotary starts with our members, people like you who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change, across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
At club meetings in communities across the globe, our people of action come together to strengthen their connections to friends and neighbours and their commitment to improving lives.
By attracting new members and keeping existing members, we strengthen our Rotary Clubs. The Membership Committee works with clubs in our district to identify strategies that will grow and also works with our governor to identify communities that need new clubs.
Please contact us if you would like a chat, Club visit and/or support in any way.
Alumni
Aim:
  • Make  sure that club and district leaders know about alumni in our district and recognise that they are an important part of the Rotary family
  • Develop a data base of alumni in our district to enable Clubs to access relevant information
  • Develop and promote opportunities for alumni to engage with Rotary in our district and clubs
  • Help Clubs to develop an action plan for keeping alumni involved in Rotary activities and inviting them to become members
 
Contact
Vera Liondas
Ph :0414 394 950
Club Extension
Aim:
  • To create and foster within Rotary District 9675 new Rotary Clubs, based on the style and format that reflects the members culture and aspirations
  • To evaluate areas where Rotary clubs have closed and create a new club based on the community expectations and aspirations.
  • To develop relationships with community leaders, local government and business chambers to gain ongoing support for the development of the new clubs
 
Contact
Barry Antees
Ph: 0413 880 267
 
Tony Bonanno
Ph: 0414 746 463
Community Awareness
Aim:
  • To develop the “Club Projects” resource so that clubs can use it to devise new projects that will engage their members and increase their community profile.
  • Increase the number and diversity of projects listed.
  • Encourage more clubs to contribute ideas
  • Make clubs aware of the resource and how to access it.
  • Seek projects that focus on the new area of focus, “Supporting the Environment”.
 
Contact
Sue Clark
Ph: 0402 818 075
Diversity
Aim:
  • Support Rotary clubs to include different ethnicities, ages, and cultures, as well as a good gender balance, to enable  greater capacity to serve your community.
  • Support and enable Clubs to explore the facts and raise members awareness of diversity in their community, and to
  • create an impact in the community and feel the difference.
 
Contact
Bharathi Rengarajan
Ph: 0425 367 810
Membership Leads
 
Aim:
  • To educate clubs on how to convert ‘leads’ to ‘members’
  • To educate clubs on how to register new members, on the RI website, that come through the ‘Leads system’
  • To respond to membership enquiries that come to the district via the RI website
  • To qualify that Rotary meets the prospective Rotarian's needs
  • To identify suitable clubs to suit the prospective Rotarian. location and interests
  • To inform clubs of the person’s details and request that Clubs follow up without delay.
 
Contact:
PDG Sue Hayward
Ph: 0439 550 976