or Call: 661-703-2382

 

Speaker's Corner!

Speaker’s Corner!

">Julia Levine | May Speaker's Corner | No Comments

We were very pleased to hear from five mem­bers of our Eye of Tiger e‑Club who are will­ing to vol­un­teer their time to help guide our orga­ni­za­tion. We wish each of them the best of luck in this unusu­al elec­tion year. Each can­di­date has more infor­ma­tion about them­self on the Kiwa­nis Inter­na­tion­al Elec­tion page and on his per­son­al Face­book, social media or webpage.

Kiwa­nis Inter­na­tion­al Trustee Chuck Gugli­uz­za is run­ning for Vice Pres­i­dent of Kiwa­nis Inter­na­tion­al. His desire to serve oth­ers and help this orga­ni­za­tion have dri­ven him to seek this posi­tion. Chuck and his wife Kiwan­ian Emil­ia are a ded­i­cat­ed dynam­ic duo of ser­vice and phil­an­thropy to those in need. 

Chuck helped open many new clubs in sev­er­al North Amer­i­can dis­tricts over the past two years, along with 26 new clubs in Latin Amer­i­ca and a new club in Puer­to Rico as well. He has men­tored and coun­seled new and exist­ing mem­bers to strength­en our orga­ni­za­tion. His is pas­sion­ate about grow­ing Kiwanis.

 

Past Inter­na­tion­al Trustee Bert West is seek­ing the office of Vice Pres­i­dent as well. Bert is a third gen­er­a­tion Kiwan­ian with more than 31 years of mem­ber­ship in our orga­ni­za­tion. He has spent his pro­fes­sion­al life in the roof­ing indus­try which has giv­en him years of expe­ri­ence in man­ag­ing others.

Bert hopes to pro­mote growth at all lev­els of Kiwa­nis and main­tain finan­cial via­bil­i­ty. He wants to work side-by-side with our mem­bers as we con­tin­ue the lega­cy of ser­vice that has always been our foun­da­tion. He hopes to show Kiwa­ni­ans world­wide that it is OK to have fun while serv­ing the chil­dren of the world.

 

Dis­tin­guished Past Gov­er­nor of the Pacif­ic North­west Dis­trict Roger Bell is run­ning for the posi­tion of Inter­na­tion­al Trustee. Roger has ded­i­cat­ed him­self to forty years of serv­ing with pas­sion in Kiwa­nis whether help­ing to open 14 new clubs, being a club coach or mem­ber­ship chair.

His ser­vice extends to his com­mu­ni­ty as well being a City Coun­sel­lor and Cham­ber Direc­tor. His years of senior man­age­ment in the trans­porta­tion busi­ness gives him a strong finan­cial back­ground to help guide Kiwa­nis. Roger wants to use his expe­ri­ence to help guide the future of Kiwanis.

 

Nathaniel Kyle is the Dis­tin­guished Past Gov­er­nor of the West Vir­ginia Dis­trict run­ning for a seat on the board as Trustee. He cur­rent­ly is the Cir­cle K Admin­is­tra­tor for his Dis­trict and Mem­ber­ship Coordinator.

He decid­ed to run for the Board to bring a younger per­spec­tive, to make our orga­ni­za­tion more invit­ing to younger mem­bers and to con­tin­ue to make our orga­ni­za­tion invit­ing to all. He hopes to inspire younger mem­bers to join and cre­ate a bridge for Key­Club and Cir­cle K to con­tin­ue on with ser­vice to others.

 

Past New Jer­sey Gov­er­nor Michael Mul­haul is look­ing to gain a seat on the Kiwa­nis Inter­na­tion­al Board as a Trustee as well. Michael has been a mem­ber of the Greater Par­sip­pa­ny Kiwa­nis Club for 28 years and has ded­i­cat­ed him­self to serv­ing as the dis­trict coor­di­na­tor for The Elim­i­nate Project since 2012. 
His hope is to make clear and mea­sur­able progress in grow­ing mem­ber­ship and enhanc­ing the Kiwa­nis expe­ri­ence; to help pro­vide a finan­cial­ly sound orga­ni­za­tion for future growth and encour­ag­ing mem­bers to take an inter­est in each other.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Reply

*