Are we afraid to track and share our diversity metrics?
by John Borst, Past President, Rotary Club of Dryden, ON
Sometimes ideas unexpectedly, seem to converge. This is what happened with the topic of diversity within Rotary this past week.
I was in Toronto and while there visited the East York Rotary Club. The speaker, a member of the club gave a brief slide presentation on their draft Strategic Plan. The first priority identified was titled “Diversity and Inclusion”.
Later the same week, while looking through the PowerPoint presentations at the Atlanta convention, I read through one titled “The Future of Rotary” and discovered it had a slide, titled “Importance of Diversity by Rotarians, Rotaractors, and Alumni”. Continue reading “THE IMPORTANCE OF DIVERSITY WITHIN ROTARY’S FUTURE”