Join us on Friday mornings for our Speaker series.
Every Friday morning 7:45AM – 9:00AM
Wagas, 2nd Floor
265 Jiaozhou Lu (at Xinzha Lu)
Entrance on Xinzha Lu, to the left of the main door
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)
is an intensive training program for young adults. We focus on 18-30 year olds. Our RYLA is a four day group retreat of 25 young leaders geared at honing their personal awareness and leadership skills in a dynamic and exciting experience of exploration and adventure
Rotary 4-way Test
Of the things we think, say or do:
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
We care for Community
Guided by Rotary Principles
Jim has a passion for consulting and product safety testing. He leads our "Save Kids Lives" global grant project.
Harriet leads our projects committee and oversees the Safe Kids Lives and other initiatives. She is the only one on our board who can be found up early in the morning - doing FitFam.
Andrew leads the website committee - and (though not a morning person) also acts as the Sergeant at Arms to welcome our visitors every Friday morning.
Gary runs all administrative aspects of our club, which is "holding up half the sky". He currently lives in Malaysia and can often be seen running on the streets of Kuala Lumpur.
As the treasurer, Louise keeps her eye on our finances. Hailing from Ireland but with a long history in China, she also shares a passion for sports, and rugby in particular.
Tobias leads our club this year. He has been living in Shanghai since 2001 and can often be seen on the streets of Shanghai with his daughter Mischa and his (undisciplined) dog Zeb.
As an active practitioner of a psychology-based approach, Steffen Ummelmann creates healthy systems in mid-life adults, children and groups. He is passionate about our youth initiatives together with Angie and has been instrumental in sponsoring our first Rotaract club.
Randal was instrumental to founding our club and deserves a spot on our website. He started our club to provide the first breakfast meeting for Rotarians in Shanghai and to apply the idea of a Pilot Club with a focus on social enterprises. Randal, we thank you!