This week: December 4, 2020 - Amy Ginsburg - What is Happening in the White Flint Area? An update from the Friends

North Bethesda Rotary

Covid Challenge

The COVID CHALLENGE is a virtual exercise event during the month of September 2020. It’s designed to encourage people to exercise and, at the same time, help raise funds for several outstanding charities working in our community. You’re invited to register online, set your goals, and record your progress along with friends and families without participating in a large gathering. You can record your steps, share your bike tours, and record your runs as part of the challenge. We’ll be supporting you all the way with updates, stories, and friendly competition.

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December 4: Amy Ginsburg - What is Happening in the White Flint Area? An update from the Friends of White Flint
December 11: NBRC Board of Directors - NBRC Annual Club Meeting
December 18: Anna Behnam - The Greater Bethesda Chamber – Benefits of Membership



What is Happening in the White Flint Area? An Update from the Friends of White Flint – Amy Ginsburg, Executive Director

December 4th

Amy Ginsburg is the Executive Director of Friends of White Flint. Amy, who has lived within two miles of White Flint for most of her life,  possesses three decades of pragmatic experience in advocacy, nonprofit   management, marketing, and fundraising. She previously served as the Executive Director of Neediest Kids, Executive Director of Manna Food
Center, and Executive Director of the Low Vision Information Center.
Amy has also been the Director of Development and Director of Marketing for a wide variety of nonprofit organizations. Amy is part of the Leadership Montgomery Class of 2010 and was formerly the President of her HOA. She graduated with a B.A. in Public Relations and Psychology from Syracuse University and an M.A. in Nonprofit Management from the University of Maryland University College.

http://www.whiteflint.org/about/

Rich Glover – The Rotary Foundation: How and Why

November 6th

Rich Glover is Immediate Past District 7620 Governor (2019-2020) and is now Rotary Foundation District Chairperson, responsible for District and Global grants. Rich has held most Club Avenues of Service positions and District 7620 Membership and Foundation Chairs, including leadership in major fundraising. Rich was the project co-leader and chair of fundraising with net funds to support an unprecedented $1,000,000 in OTC pharmaceuticals and medical supplies that were airlifted through Heart to Heart International to Mother Teresa in Calcutta, India. Rich has also been a member of a Rotary International humanitarian mission to El Progresso, El Salvador to work with Action for Water & Education Foundation. Rich is a Rotary Major Donor, Paul Harris Society Member, Sustaining Paul Harris Fellow, Bequest Society member, Rotary Benefactor and graduate of Rotary Leadership Institute. Rich is a 10-year veteran Navy Hospital Corpsman and retired after 35 total years as a healthcare executive. Following healthcare, Rich served 10 years as a non-profit executive.

Stuart Widom – PJM Interconnection

October 2nd
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Stuart Widom

Manager, Regulatory & Legislative Affairs – State Government Policy

Stu Widom works with governmental agencies, legislative bodies, electric generators and utilities, especially in Maryland and New Jersey, to facilitate PJM’s mission of ensuring reliable and cost effective electric supply to the 65 million people that are served in the region.

A long-time veteran of the electric utility and power generation industries, Mr. Widom is an environmental air quality engineer by education and trade. As part of his previous employment at Calpine Corp., Conectiv Energy and Delmarva Power & Light Co., Mr. Widom has managed corporate environmental affairs and regulatory programs for these organizations.

He has testified before numerous governmental bodies to secure environmental licenses, permits and approvals for numerous power generating and electric transmission facilities.

Mr. Widom has a bachelor’s degree from The State University of New York at Albany, and a master’s degree from Virginia Tech. He is a proud resident of northern Delaware.