Stephanie A. Urchick Rotary International President-Elect The Union Club, Cleveland August 17, 2023
The Rotary Club of Cleveland welcomed Stephanie A. Urchick, Rotary International President-Elect to Cleveland. Among her activities was a meeting and presentation at the historic Union Club in Cleveland.
Stephanie A. Urchick at the Union Club in Cleveland
Stephanie A. Urchick of the Rotary Club of McMurray, Pennsylvania will serve as President of Rotary International for 2024-25. This will make her only the second woman to hold that position. Urchick holds a doctorate in leadership studies from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
A Rotary member since 1991, Urchick has traveled to Vietnam to help build a primary school and to the Dominican Republic to install water filters. She studies several Slavic languages, has mentored new Rotarians in Ukraine, and coordinated a Rotary Foundation grant project in Poland.
Urchick has served Rotary in many roles, including as a director, Foundation trustee, and chair of the RI Strategic Planning Committee and the Foundation’s Centennial Celebration Committee. She also formerly served on the Election Review Committee and the Operations Review Committee. She is a Rotary Foundation Major Donor and a member of the Bequest Society. See more about Stephanie Urchick.
Rotary Club of Cleveland President Jessica Hanes ran the meeting.
Past Rotary International Director Mike Johns made some remarks and told a story about Stephanie.
Stephanie A. Urchick was introduced by Past District Governor Beverly A. Ghent-Skrzynski Aide to the President-Elect during her visit to RI District 6630 Northeast Ohio USA.
Beverly A. Ghent-Skrzynski
Dr. Wael Khoury, President of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation, presented Stephanie with a few gifts to remind her of the Gardens. Earlier in the day, Stephanie and Beverly and David Skrzynski toured the Cleveland Cultural Gardens with Dan Hanson.
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