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Rotary Club Membership Comittee Oct 02, 2020
Rotary Membership
Rotary Membership
Impact 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.
 
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Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2020_1002
Time: Oct 2, 2020 12:15 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 816 1019 0308
Jeff Maul, Lincoln Convention & Visitors Bureau Oct 09, 2020
Tourism in Lincoln
Tourism in Lincoln

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Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2020_1009
Time: Oct 9, 2020 12:15 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86305949565
Meeting ID: 863 0594 9565
 

Bio:

Maul has been at the Convention and Visitors Bureau since 2002 and has an additional 12 years of sales and marketing experience in the hospitality, corporate and healthcare industries.

Since taking over as Executive Director, the team at the CVB has seen steady growth each year, including recording record breaking lodging collections, most recently during multiple months in 2018 and 2019.  Room night activity, through events, is a generator of lodging tax, sales tax revenue, jobs and overall economic impact for the city.  An example of this is the estimated $30-$40 million impact in Lincoln during the 2010 USA National Games for Special Olympics.

Outside of work, Jeff is married and has three kids, 2 daughters-ages 20 and 18, as well as a son who is 15.  He is also involved with Mayors Parking Advisory Council, UNL’s HRTM Advisory Committee, SCC Business Administration Advisory Board, Nebraska Tourism Commission Marketing Committee and past President of the Nebraska Association of Convention and Visitors Bureau’s and Nebraska Sports Council.  He is also active in other community development organizations.

Roxy Orr Oct 16, 2020 12:15 PM
Rotary District Governor 2020-21
Rotary District Governor 2020-21

Roxy has been a member of Omaha Suburban Rotary since 2004. She has taken on many roles in her club as well as the district over the past fifteen years. She had the privilege to serve as club president in 2014-15. Roxy has also served two terms as chair of Suburban Rotary Charitable Foundation, board of directors of club foundation, club board of directors, chair of club’s TRF committee, chair scholarship committee, chair community service committee and chair of Suburban’s 50th Anniversary Party.

She was recognized as Yearling of the Year, Omaha Suburban Rotarian of the Year and District Cadwallader Award. Roxy is a Level I Major Donor, member of the Paul Harris society, bequest society member and a Patron of Suburban Rotary Foundation.

For the past sixteen years she has served in many roles for Rotary Youth Exchange on the club and district level. She was district conference chair 2011-12 and served three years as District 5650 public relations chair. Currently a facilitator for Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI), Rotary visioning, and One Rotary Summit (ORS).

Roxy has had the privilege of going on an NID to Nigeria. She has also enjoyed attending seven international conventions.

Outside of Rotary she is a member of P.E.O., and Toastmasters. Dedicated platelet donor for the American Red Cross. Roxy has been the operations manager of Women’s Edition magazine for the past 32 years.

Roxy has two daughters and six beautiful grandchildren. In her spare time, she enjoys travel, gardening, baking cakes and giving them away to friends.

Roxy is proud to be a Rotarian because it allows her to be a person of action with others of the same mind set to make a true difference in her community and the world. 

Becky Perrett – Director of Marketing – Runza Oct 23, 2020
A Brand People Want to Own
A Brand People Want to Own

Bio:

Becky Perrett is the Director of Marketing for Runza® National, which is comprised of Runza® Restaurants and Braeda® Fresh Express Café. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln in May of 1999. After traveling as an Educational Leadership Consultant for Alpha Xi Delta women’s fraternity, she began working at Runza® National. In December 2004, Becky earned a Master of Arts degree from UN-L in an interdisciplinary program of Advertising, Marketing, and Communication Studies with an emphasis in Marketing. In the community, Becky spends time volunteering for CEDARS Youth Services, Junior Achievement, Alpha Xi Delta, First-Plymouth Church and is a member of the American Marketing Association, Nebraska Women’s Leadership Network and the Junior League of Lincoln.

Dave Haring – Executive Director – Lincoln Airport Oct 30, 2020
Current state of affairs at the Lincoln Airport and what is on the horizon
Current state of affairs at the Lincoln Airport and what is on the horizon

Bio:

An Accredited Airport Executive with almost 20 years of experience in the aviation industry, David Haring currently serves at the Executive Director of the Lincoln Airport in Lincoln, NE.  In this capacity, he is responsible for the development and enforcement of all plans, policies, and programs governing the overall operation, maintenance, security and physical plant of the Airport. 

Following his graduation from the University of North Dakota, David started his airport career as an intern at Jerry Olson Field in Cheyenne, WY and held in a variety positions over his 13 years there, most recently serving as its Director of Aviation from 2007 – 2014.   As Director, David was responsible for all facets of the operation of the both the Cheyenne Regional Airport and the Airport owned FBO, Legend Aero Serve.

With a passion for leadership and a desire to serve as a resource for future generations, David has spent almost all of his career involved in academic relations at a variety of levels.  He is a member of the Academic Relations Committee (AAAE), was the American Chair Co-Chair of the Scholarship/Internship Committee (NWAAAE), is the Academic Relations and Membership Committee Chair (GLAAAE) and has served or is serving as a Liaison for multiple student chapters of AAAE.  Additionally, David serves on the Board of Directors for Leadership Lincoln, Inc. where he is also a member of the Youth Program Planning Committee.

Born in Ohio, though he considers himself to be a native of State College, PA, David and his wife, Jen, reside in Lincoln with their two boys.

Pat Merryweather-Arges Nov 13, 2020 12:15 PM
The Rotary Foundation
The Rotary Foundation
Gretchen Bren Nov 20, 2020
Polio Plus
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