The Rotary Club of Washington, D.C. welcomed guest speaker, Kashonna Holland, Life & Professional Coach, Training & Development Leader.
The Zoom meeting was opened at noon for member fellowship.
Sergeant-at-Arms BobSchott rang the opening bell at 12:30 p.m.
President-Elect Bill Dent opened the virtual meeting and welcomed participants, guests, and visiting Rotarians.
Sergeant-at-Arms Bob presented the Four-Way Test and announced birthdays and anniversaries for the week.
Club Historian Monica Smith presented a history moment on the End Polio Now campaign.
We had a few announcements:
President-Elect Bill reminded members about the upcoming virtual happy hour on April 8 at 6:00 p.m.
Donnie Shaw gave a Career Fair Update.
Linda Solomon talked about the Ambassadorial Reception with the Embassy of Tunisia and the Rotary COVID-19 vaccination projection in partnership with the D.C. government.
Marilyn Nevy Cruz introduced the guest speaker, Kashonna Holland, Life & Professional Coach, Training & Development Leader.
Kashonna Holland is an engaging keynote speaker, an inspiring coach, a motivational author, and an insightful corporate trainer. Kashonna is the President & CEO of Simply Kashonna™, a business built to promote BOLD, FEARLESS, and COURAGEOUS living. She goes beyond surface issues to address the pink elephants that inhibit personal, professional, and spiritual potential. Kashonna has helped many people walk through the ambiguity of their lives and on to defining their life’s purpose by discovering their authentic self. Both, in the corporate arena and in the non-profit world, strategic growth and development of people have always been the focal point of her service. Corporately, she has held positions in both Human Resources, as well as the staffing industry.
Sergeant-at-Arms Bob rang the bell to?adjourn the meeting at 1:30 p.m.