If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail. — Benjamin Franklin
Mapping a route is a wise idea when you’re heading somewhere new, especially when it’s a road you haven’t traveled before. District 5150 is doing just that as it embarks on creating a strategic plan for the coming five years. What the future might bring is unknown, but it is possible to chart a path forward, and the process is exciting and visionary. It takes teamwork to be successful, however, so the district is asking for volunteers. If you’d like to work with other Rotarians from throughout the district to share your ideas and craft the new five-year strategic plan, please step up.
Members will serve on one of the following committees:
• Membership
• Foundation
• Public Image
• Service projects (both local and global)
• Youth
• Club Service
• Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Tasks will include giving input and defining strategies that will help the district find ways to reach its goals through implementation of the strategic plan.
"Every now and then, a person has an opportunity to help shape the future—our future, the future of our Rotary and how we help ourselves and our world, along with those that we serve, those that we love. Now is that opportunity. We need your help in building our Strategic Plan. You can help shape our future," says Steve Wright, District Governor Gary Chow’s Chief of Staff.
For more information on the Strategic Planning Process and to apply to participate, please visit https://rotary5150.org/page/StrategicPlan.
District 5150 needs you, and you will make a difference.