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Montgomery Rotary Club
5015 Woods Crossing
Montgomery, AL 36106
334-260-4021
334-260-4069 (fax)

Speaker - November 27, 2017
News - Latest
Thursday, 16 November 2017 10:38

On November 27th, The Montgomery Rotary Club will give its 3rd annual Service Above Self Award to a member of the Alabama High-School All-Star Football Team who best exemplifies the club’s motto. The committee, chaired by Rotarian Jeremy Moreland, seeks a young man who goes out of his way to help others and who leads through an example of service. The award is given with the participation of the Alabama High School Athletic Association.

The initial winner of the award was Quinnen Williams of Wenonah High School, who is currently contributing as a defensive lineman for the University of Alabama. (Pictured above are Quinnen and Clare Weil.)  Last year’s winner was RaKavius Chambers, who has participated in each of Duke University’s games as the team's backup right guard and is pursuing his goal of becoming a heart surgeon.

 
No Meeting - November 20, 2017- Thanksgiving
News - Latest
Thursday, 16 November 2017 10:37

No Meeting - Thanksgiving Holiday

 
Speaker - November 13, 2017
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Thursday, 02 November 2017 11:21

Mr. Jimmy H. Baker is a native of Coffee County Alabama. He attended high school in New Brockton, and later earned a BS degree in Business Administration from Troy University. He earned a graduate degree in Economics and Education Administration and an Education Specialist degree from Auburn University, where he was also certified in school administration. He served for six years in the U.S. Army Reserves.

Professionally, he has taught history and social studies at the high school level; coached football and basketball at Daleville High School; served as Assistant Superintendent, and Superintendent of Education for the Daleville Board of Education; and Superintendent of the Coffee County Board of Education. In 1979, he was appointed to serve as the State of Alabama’s Assistant State Superintendent of Education of Finance, and served in that role for four years.

After serving as president of an investment banking firm, Mr. Baker managed the gubernatorial campaign for Governor Fob James. He was appointed as State Finance Director from 1994-95, where he developed and assisted in the passage of the funding formula known as the Foundation Program. Later, he was appointed as Deputy State Superintendent of Education to implement the new funding program. He returned to the Finance Department as Director during Gov. James’ administration, after successful implementation of the program.

Throughout his career, he has been instrumental in the development of partnerships with businesses including medical evacuation, real estate development and governmental affairs. As an educator, he has chaired and served on numerous committees including the Alabama Textbook Committee, the State Tenure Commission, and the Alabama Association of School Administrators.

After joining the Alabama Community College System, first serving as governmental affairs consultant, he was appointed Chief of Staff in January 2016. Mr. Baker was appointed as acting chancellor of the Alabama Community College System in August of 2016. On March 15, 2017 he was named Chancellor of the Alabama Community College System.

 He is married to Joy, a retired teacher, and they are the parents of two daughters and proud grandparents to four grandchildren.

 
No Meeting - November 6th
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Thursday, 02 November 2017 11:20

No Meeting

 
Speaker - October 30, 2017
News - Latest
Friday, 27 October 2017 11:03

 

John R. Cooper came out of retirement to serve as Alabama’s Transportation Director effective January 17, 2011.

From 2002 to 2008, John was Chief Executive Officer of Avocent Corporation in Huntsville, a global provider of information technology infrastructure management; he was chairman of Avocent from 2003 to 2008.

John has a business background that has seen him serve as a CEO, CFO, Corporate Vice President and as a partner in large accounting firms. He holds bachelor's and master's degrees in accounting from the University of Alabama. 

 
Speaker - October 23, 2017
News - Latest
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 11:35

A legend in the world of collegiate marketing, Bill Battle leveraged his experiences to build the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) into a major force in the $4 billion collegiate merchandise market. Now the nation's oldest and largest collegiate licensing company, the company boasts more than 200 colleges, universities, bowls and conferences as clients, representing more than 75 percent of the current annual market. Although he remains active in the company, Battle sold the company to IMG in 2007.

A member of Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant's first national championship team in 1961, Bryant followed his playing days by entering the coaching profession as an assistant at the University of Oklahoma and at the U.S. Military Academy. In 1970, Battle, 29 years-old, became the head coach at the University of Tennessee, becoming the youngest coach at the time, tallying a 59-22-2 record and five straight bowl appearances with three squads finishing in the top ten. In 2013, Battle was named the Athletic Director at the University of Alabama, where he oversaw the hiring of both men’s and women’s basketball coaches, a baseball coach, and a gymnastics coach. Alabama’s football team won one football national title and played for another under Battle’s watch. He stepped down from the position in January 2017.

A native of Birmingham, Battle was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of fame in 1982. He has been named one of Street & Smith's 20 Most Influential People in College Athletics. 

 
Speaker - October 16, 2017
News - Latest
Tuesday, 03 October 2017 09:07

Donna Marietta has over fifteen years experience managing non-profit organizations in Montgomery and Daytona Beach, Florida. She currently is the Executive Director of MACOA, the Montgomery Area Council On Aging.  Since coming to MACOA in 2012, Donna has brought financial stability and a business approach to the organization as well as raised revenue through fundraising and fund development.

Under Donna’s leadership, MACOA was recognized in 2016 with two prestigious awards, the MAX Credit Union Community Achievement Award and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Award for Community Service.

Moving here from Daytona Beach, FL to join MACOA, Donna is very familiar with the area.  She served as Executive Director of Child Protect for three years and also worked for Huntingdon College, the Girl Scout Council and Baptist Medical Center where she began her career in healthcare.

While in Daytona Beach, Donna was the CEO of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Volusia & Flagler Counties and then the CEO of the North Coastal Division of the Children’s Home Society.  She has diverse experience in management and leadership positions successfully executing the mission of both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.  Donna spent ten years in the Atlanta area as the Marketing and Public Relations Director for Columbia Healthcare Corporation before moving into the management of non-profits.

She is a graduate of Huntingdon College, Magna cum Laude, and received a Masters in Public Administration from Auburn University at Montgomery.  Donna was a member of the first class of Leadership Montgomery and is currently on the administrative board of the First United Methodist Church.

Donna enjoys weight lifting, yoga and outdoors sports such as sailing, swimming, paddle boarding and kayaking.  Donna and her husband, Dr. Tom Gannaway, have five children and eight grandchildren.  

 
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