Bill Richert

Chair


Rotary Club of Tulsa’s International Service Avenue focuses on maintaining goodwill among Rotarians around the world through international fellowship and service.

Ben Windham

International Projects Co-Chair


Advances international understanding, goodwill and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service. The Rotary Club of Tulsa’s primary focus is the Nicaragua Water Well Project; however, the Committee is open to other opportunities that may also present themselves.

Time Commitment: Ongoing, plus February – March trip

David Peterson

International Projects Co-Chair


Advances international understanding, goodwill and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service. The Rotary Club of Tulsa’s primary focus is the Nicaragua Water Well Project; however, the Committee is open to other opportunities that may also present themselves.

Time Commitment: Ongoing, plus February – March trip

John Howland

Rotary Foundation Development Chair


Promotes growth in member contributions to The Rotary Foundation and PolioPlus; plans focused initiatives related to The Rotary Foundation programs each November; publicizes availability of international scholarships and fellowships, and interviews and recommends candidates. Promotes the recognition programs of The Rotary Foundation — Paul Harris Fellows, Benefactor Society and Major Donors.

Time Commitment: Quarterly

Alisha Herrera

Rotary Youth Exchange co-chair


Coordinates Youth Exchange activities, including screening outbound students, recruiting counselors for inbound students and hosting families for inbound students.

Time Commitment: Ongoing

Jerry Stamper

Rotary Youth Exchange co-chair


Coordinates Youth Exchange activities, including screening outbound students, recruiting counselors for inbound students and hosting families for inbound students.

Time Commitment: Ongoing

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When terror struck the heartland, just 90 minutes away, we all stood united as Oklahomans. One day after the Murrah Building bombing, the Rotary Club of Tulsa provided a $50,000 grant from the proceeds of that year’s Iba Awards, which was then duplicated by others in Tulsa. Within another day, $100,000 was provided to our colleagues at the OKC Downtown Rotary Club 29 to use wherever they saw the need was most urgent to help our fellow Oklahomans.

Over the years, particularly at our club’s Celebrate! Centennial Banquet in 2015, the OKC Club has recognized this gift as a welcome symbol of Rotary friendship at a time when their club and the entire city was shaken.
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This group of Rotarians had a “wheely” good time building the Rotary Wheel underwater in the Philippines to help protect the marine life that supports many fishing villages.

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We had a fantastic program today hearing from Olympic athlete, author, international speaker, and jazz artist Dr. Madeline Manning Mims. Wanting to hear from more great speakers? View our upcoming program calendar: tulsarotary.com/index.php/meetings/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy #FoundationFriday! Thanks to our own Rotary Club of Tulsa Foundation that for 17 years has provided funding to drill more than 600 water wells in the most impoverished parts of Nicaragua. ... See MoreSee Less

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