The District 7930 DEI Committee values a commitment to individual and Club efforts to build respect, dignity, fairness, caring, equality and self-esteem.

A top priority for Rotary District 7930 is growing and diversifying our membership to make sure we reflect the communities we serve and are inclusive of all cultures, experiences, and identities.

We're creating an organization that is more open and inclusive, fair to all, builds goodwill, and benefits our communities.

To help us achieve our goal, the Rotary International Board of Directors passed a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) statement:

As a global network that strives to build a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change, Rotary values diversity and celebrates the contributions of people of all backgrounds, regardless of their age, ethnicity, race, color, abilities, religion, socioeconomic status, culture, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

Rotary will cultivate a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture in which people from underrepresented groups have greater opportunities to participate as members and leaders.

Making diversity, equity, and inclusion a priority is everyone's responsibility — from Rotary members to clubs, and to our district.



The mission of the Rotary District 7930’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee is to lead, guide and inform all Clubs and their members about the importance of creating a welcoming, accepting and inclusive environment for all and the necessity of fostering and promoting an environment of diversity, equity and inclusion to attract, develop, engage and retain exceptional service-minded individuals.


The vision of the Rotary District 7730’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee is to provide all stakeholders the necessary tools, education and space in order to advance diversity, equity and inclusion within our district, all clubs, all members, the individuals we touch, and the communities we serve.


If you missed our DEI Webinar with Dr. "Bowtie" Todd Jenkins on October 29th, you can watch the recording here:


On October 29th we also announced the new District Governor's Citation for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: 
Your Rotary, Rotaract, or Interact club can earn a District 7930 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Citation for achieving goals that actively work toward making your club more diverse and inclusive. To achieve the Citation, review the available action steps, select at least 13 , achieve those goals, then
report your achievement to the District Governor. In return, your club will receive a written Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion certificate signed by the District Governor, as well as Rotary DE&I pins to all club members.
You can find the goals and requirements as well as a list of all possible 25 action steps in this PDF document. To track your progress towards these goals, the DEI committee has now published the following DEI Goal Tracker PDF document, which you can use to (a) track your progress, and also (b) to report your achievement to the District Governor.


Please find a list of available resources on the left sidebar. These include both Rotary and non-Rotary resources to help you with training, background information, and assessments regarding unconscious bias, creating an inclusive environment, and taking a clear anti-racist stance. 



Please contact any member of our district DEI committee if you want to get involved with this important work, or if you have any questions:

David Hart, Chair (davidhart4251@gmail.com)
Betsy Manzelli, DG (btzmnz1@gmail.com)
Terry Curran, DGE (terrycurran7930@gmail.com)
Alexander Falk, DGN (al+7930@falk.us)
Mallory McCoy (mmccoy34@gmail.com)
Lexi Kantor (lexi.kantor@gmail.com)
Kaitlin Vautour (kaitlinvantour@gmail.com)
Donald Washington (mrwashington85@gmail.com)
Nicola Teodor (teador.nicola.antoniu@gmail.com)