PP Rosie is our in-house counsel on all matters relating to Rotary International constitution and bylaws. We touched base with her to find out a bit more about her and her love for Rotary. We think you'll like what she said. Enjoy!

1. What positions have you held in the club?
I have held the positions of Youth Services Director, Vocational Services Director, International Services Director, Vice President, President Elect and President during my 10 year with RCNK.

2. What is your vocation/Rotary classification?
I am an Attorney-at-Law.

3. What does it mean to you being the first female member of our 30-year-old club?
RCNK holds a special place in my heart. It’s really an honor to be a member of this club and its first female member. I still recall my induction being so well attended. I haven’t seen one so well supported since.

4. What is your wish for RCNK for the next 30 years?
My wish for RCNK is that we continue to grow including having more female members. I believe a lot more can be done with the level of commitment that ladies have. I also want to see the club take on some legacy projects; projects that will last longer than just that presidential year.

Fun fact:
PP Rosie is a former Assistant Attorney General and past Governor General Secretary .