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ROTARY CLUB OF
|Foundation||Rick Doyle, III|
|Public Image||Todd Lawrimore|
On behalf of the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs, I welcome you to visit our club and experience the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs' hospitality and energy. We meet on Monday for lunch at 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Hilton Perimeter Suites, 6120 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Sandy Springs, GA 30328. You can reserve a spot by going to our website at www.sandyspringsrotary.org. Join your fellow professionals, and community and business leaders, and learn how Rotary can fit in your future. Experience Rotary Making A Difference!
The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs will be welcoming Darlene Drew to the microphone on Monday, November 4th.
Darlene Drew is the Owner & CEO of Leadership Conditioning, Personal & Professional Development, LLC. She is a Speaker, Leadership Trainer and Executive Coach with the John Maxwell Team. She has been a public servant through her employment with the Federal Bureau of Prisons for over 32 years. She served as Warden/Chief Executive Officer of three different Federal prisons over an eleven year period. To date, she was the first and only female to serve as Warden at the United States Penitentiary, Atlanta since its inception in 1902. She began the assignment as Warden at the United States Penitentiary, Atlanta in 2012 through 2017, exceeding the average two year time frame typical of her immediate predecessors. Darlene began her career with the Federal Bureau of Prisons in an entry level position as a Correctional Officer.
She served as Adjunct Professor at Lewis University for a semester and taught Ethics, Integrity, & Social Responsibility. She was appointed to the rank of Senior Executive Service in May 2008. Darlene Drew was the recipient of the prestigious Attorney General Award presented to her by the Honorable Attorney General Janet Reno and Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder. She was also presented the distinguished Susan M. Hunter Award by the Association of Women Executives in Corrections, notwithstanding numerous other awards in her career. She began her career with the Bureau of Prisons in 1985 as a Correctional Officer at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, Chicago, Illinois.
She earned her Bachelors Degree from Illinois State University in Criminal Justice. She earned her Masters Degree in Public Administration from Governor State University. She was awarded a Certificate of Completion for the Women and Power Program, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Executive Education. She is a Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education alumni (HKS EE alumni).
Her passion is serving others through the use of her gifts as a teacher, trainer, speaker, mentor and leadership coach. She helps businesses, companies, organizations, groups and one on one clients by providing leadership training, personal development training, professional development training, communication training, mentoring, group coaching, one on one coaching as well as Keynote Speaking.
I love doing what I call "building up people."
Please visit the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs at 12:15 on November fourth, bring a friend and give Darlene a warm welcome.
More information about Darlene and Leadership Conditioning can be found here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darlene-drew-9451b1151/
For more information about the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs please visit: https://sandyspringsrotary.org/v2/club/61
Men With Friends; The Blue Boys; The Conspirators; The Round Table
What do these names have in common?
In 1905, at the third meeting in Chicago of our founding fathers, they considered each of these names for their new club which would eventually be called Rotary.
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On Saturday, October 26th, the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs hosted their second annual Oktoberfest. Many put on their lederhosen and joined us for a Saturday afternoon of German themed fun. The entertainment lawn at Heritage Sandy Springs was filled with live music, Oktoberfest beers, German food, wiener dog races, bratwurst eating contests, kids activities, a stein hoist contest and more.
While Oktoberfest celebrations can be found all over the world, the main event (and the one closest to home) was in Sandy Springs.
All the proceeds go to the charitable programs that the Sandy Springs Rotary club supports for students, seniors, teachers and public safety personnel in our community.
There were many photos taken to commemorate the event. Many can be found here: 2nd Annual Sandy Springs Oktoberfest
Rotary Club of Sandy Springs Greeters & Invocation leader for next meeting. (11/04/2019)
Invocators, as per the "Make it fun and they will come." theme, have a joke ready!
|Fred Ferrand (substituting for Julia Bernath)|