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Rotary District Assembly 5150, Leah Lambrecht, DGE 2015-16

March 21, 2015

A message from leahDGE Leah Lambrecht

Exciting changes are in the works for the 2015-2016 Rotary year. Surprises are in store. I promise you will NOT WANT TO MISS this District Assembly!

Take your club to the next level and learn about bold, new strategies as we prepare incoming club officers, committee chairs and future club officers for their year in office. This particular Assembly will provide all Rotarians and guests with a glimpse of why and how Rotary is a powerful force changing the world. Use the link below and register:

This year, we will be introducing a District Theme that will be the focus of our 2015-2016 year, sure to energize and engage all of our members. The Rotary District 5150 Training Assembly has long been an exceptional educational event. This year it promises to inspire and motivate all of us to perform at a higher level. After all, millions of people have counted on Rotary for over a century to provide service above self.
We look forward to spending time with you in Larkspur on Saturday, March 21st!

Keynote SpeakerMuyatwa Sitali, Zambia


Muyatwa Sitali is a Rotary Peace Fellow from Zambia, who graduated with a master degree in International Development Policy from the Duke University-University of North Carolina Peace Center. Professionally, he is a development policy specialist with experience in water, sanitation, budget analysis, education, health, aid effectiveness and civil society development and management. More than six years working in international development has given Muyatwa a solid understanding of challenges facing low-income countries and the difficulties of development program design and delivery. He has lived and worked mostly in Sub-Saharan countries, particularly Zambia, Liberia and Sierra Leone. While working as Oxfam’s Regional Coordinator for Essential Services in Senegal, Muyatwa also worked on and coordinated programs that were implemented in Ghana, Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso. This has given him extensive insights into civil society-citizen-state relations in development that he is keen to bring to bear on several initiatives. Muyatwa has also consulted with multilateral and international organizations such as the World Bank’s Water and Sanitation Program on development effectiveness in the water and sanitation sector. He was also a senior consultant in sanitation and hygiene programming with the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council.


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