This week: June 1, 2018 - Bey S Djawdan - Arise & Flourish
June 1: Bey S Djawdan - Arise & Flourish

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This Week: Kevin Coleman, Rotary Means Business

May 25th

Rotary Means Business encourages Rotarians to support the success of their fellow Rotarians by doing business with them, and by referring others to them.

Next week’s speaker: Bey S Djawdan

May 24th

Batul (Bey) Salamaan Djawdan is the founder and, currently, the president of Arise & Flourish, a nonprofit organization in pursuit of Educating, Preventing and financially assisting those who want to be cured of the disease of addiction. She consistently has demonstrated a great interest in seeing that all the right steps are incorporate in establishing a useful avenue for the cause.

Bey has worked as a volunteer with a Child Abuse program in Baltimore, MD. She has worked with and trained families with abused children who were abused. As an educator, she also has thought Algebra and Geometry to middle school and high school kids at several educational institutions, including Motacel Catholic High school in Baltimore.

All through her career, Bey has supported many different organizations such as Doctors without Borders, Habitat for Humanity, and Central Asia Institute. Also, as an active member of Potomac Lions Club she, with the help of two other members, created a database for Elderly Support in Washington Metro area, both in English and in Farsi.

Margaret Fitzwilliam, Director, Capital Renovation Planning & Space Management, Suburban Hospital

May 11th

Margaret Fitzwilliam is Director, Capital Renovation Planning & Space Management for Suburban Hospital. In this role, Margaret manages real estate activities for Suburban Hospital and coordinates planning for all capital construction projects including; serving as the lead for Suburban Hospital’s $273 Million Campus Transformation Project. Margaret joined Suburban Hospital
in 1988 and has served in a variety of other roles including Director of Budget & Reimbursement, Director of Strategic Planning, Vice President of Health Enterprises & Ambulatory Care. Margaret is a CPA receiving her BS in Accounting from University of Delaware and her Masters in Health Planning from George Washington University.