Neisely Eugene, President
|Neisely joined the Rotaract Club of Toronto in 2011. Rotaract provides an opportunity to work in our community and internationally through an extensive network with other organizations. Given the focus of this organization it was only fitting that she becane a part of something so great as she has always believe that we should help those that are unable to do so themselves.
Neisely is excited about the coming year as we continue to work on our current projects, explore new ventures and meet new people.
Sarah Hui, Vice President
Paul Churchward, Secretary
Paul joined Rotaract in 2013, looking to meet new people in the downtown core. He has worked on many projects since joining Rotaract including our second annual Vodka tasting fundraiser, Youth Expo 2014, Ribfest, and Interota – an international Rotaract conference, just to name a few. In the 2014 Rotaract year, Paul will be leading a dedicated team of Rotaractors in planning our third annual Vodka night fundraiser. Paul is a software developer by profession and enjoys indoor rock climbing, golf and anything technological.
Shamus Van Riezen, Treasurer
Eric Muller, Professional Development Director
Eric has been a part of the Rotary family since 2003, when he participated in a year-long Rotary Youth Exchange to Kyoto, Japan. After settling in Toronto in 2012, Eric joined the Rotaract Club and served as its District Representative for the 2012-2013 year. Eric’s role for the current year (2014-2015) is Professional Development Director. What he loves about the club is being able to come together with a group of young professionals to make amazing things happen!
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Maria joined the Rotaract Club of Toronto in 2008. She is the new Director of International Service. She was drawn to Rotaract as it brings together a great group of people, working together on common goals, while having fun and helping the community.
Fatima Ahmed, Community Service Director
Fatima joined the Rotaract Club in 2013. After attending Rotary UN Day she decided to join the club. She was drawn to the club’s mission and likeminded enthusiastic members. She is excited about serving on the board and has many great community service initiatives lined up.
Graham Shular, Club Service Director
Graham has been involved with Rotaract since 2010. His involvement with Rotary spans three clubs: RAC University of Guelph (External Vice-President), RAC University of Western Ontario (Vice-President Youth Awareness), and he will be the Club Service Director of RAC Toronto. His Rotaract career highlights include attending Ukraine Trip, taking part in the Pacific Canadian Experience (PACE) and exploring the state of Arizona with Rotaracters from around the world. Graham’s favourite aspects of Rotaract include getting to know people from different parts of the world and volunteering and making a difference in the local community. He studies in the Master of Teaching program at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, and is a Junior Fellow at Massey College. Follow him on Twitter (@GShular) for everything related to education, history, politics and environmentalism!
Lisa Ingram, Communications Director
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Kelly Ku, Past President
Kelly Ku joined Rotaract in 2009 at The Rotaract Club of the University of Toronto and served as the Community Service Director for two terms. She was drawn to Rotaract because of our motto: “Service Above Self” and the endless opportunities the organization offers to give back to the community. Since 2010 she has been a dedicated member of the Rotaract Club of Toronto and previously served as the Vice-President and Communications Director – creating a new website, reviving the club’s Twitter and Facebook presence and creating a recruitment video to attract new members. In addition, Kelly is the PR and Communications Coordinator for the Interota 2014 Organizing Committee and the Past Lead for Youth Scholarships on the Rotary Youth Day Committee.
Kelly has a lot of passion for service and she hopes to share her love for meaningful work with others by encouraging young people to contribute to their local and global community.
Rohit Tamhane, Rotary Club of Toronto Liaison