Greg Bartz moderates a panel discussion, with Russian delegates from Krasnoyarsk, of the Open World Program. Open World is a congressional program to allow people from different parts of the world opportunities to meet and exchange ideas and educate one another.
Dr. Fayneese Miller, President of Hamline University, joined us today to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on education at Hamline and what it has also revealed about our society.
Karen Sullivan, author of the book "Bitter or Better", joined us this morning to share her story of resilience and related it to some of the experiences we are having with COVID-19.
Fellow Rotarian, Dr. Terry Wu, joined us today to educate the club on the concept of Neuro Marketing. He used some wonderful examples to illustrate his key points.
Minnesota author, Patrick Mader joined us to share some of the stories of the Minnesota Olympians he has interviewed over the years.
Patty Hall, President of H2O for Life, which is a non-profit supporting water projects in underdeveloped countries, speaks with us regarding a recent trip to visit projects in Kenya with some fellow Rotarians.
Galon Miller, President of Cyber Intelligence Cyber Security LLC, joined us this morning to talk about Cyber Security, ways you can protect yourself and your information and also make us aware of some of the current COVID-19 cyber scams happening today.
Chris Lawless, CEO of Wilson Tool, headquartered in White Bear Lake joined our meeting this morning to share the story of Wilson Tool and talk about some of the opportunities and challenges they are facing to day.
Dr. Steve Jorissen joined us on April 8th, to share with us things we can be doing now to support working for the climate. Steve is a member of Northeast Metro Climate Action and joined with our club to educate us and provide resources for us to support leaving the world a better place for our children and future generations.
Susie Brown joined us for our meeting this morning to review her role and responsibilities of the MN Council of Foundations. If you have an interest in the different types of Foundations here in Minnesota and the challenges they are currently facing with our COVID-19 situation, please listen in.