Dr. Stephen Rockower, M.D. will continue his well-received virtual tour of the Smithsonian’s vast collection of
dinosaur and other fossils.
Dr. Rockower is an Orthopedic Surgery Specialist in Rockville, MD and has over 45 years of experience in the medical field. Dr. Rockower received his M.D. from Temple University in Philadelphia, and did his Internship and Residency in Orthopedics at George Washington University, finishing his Chief Residency at George Washington and the Washington Hospital Center. He specializes in Joint Replacements, including Partial Knee Replacements (or UniCondylar Replacements) and Reconstructive Surgery, and treats injuries of all age groups. His practice started in Silver Spring, and has migrated to Rockville by way of Bethesda. He is President of MedChi, the Medical Society of the State of Maryland, and has served in numerous capacities on the State level. He has also served as Chair of Orthopedics at Suburban Hospital, and as Chair of the Emergency Room Committee at Holy Cross Hospital. He is a multiple Washingtonian Magazine “Top Doctor” and a nationally recognized “Top Doctor”.
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.
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.