Lunch with RIBI President Peter Davey
Wed 2nd March 2016 at 12.00 - 14.00
Lunch hosted by Thatcham Rotary Club for all Red Zone Clubs to meet with RIBI President Peter Davey
Rotarians from across Berkshire and Oxfordshire met with RIBI President Peter Davey and his wife, Sandra, who is also a Rotarian, at a lunch hosted by Thatcham Rotary Club. President Peter underpinned the need for Rotary to demonstrate its transparency at all levels and to embrace flexibility to accommodate the needs of younger business professionals who are ready and willing to support their community but who also have all the time pressures that 21st Century life throws at them.
Some background detail about President Peter Davey:
Peter is a member of the Rotary Club of Monmouth in District 1100 and the text below has been taken from the District 1100 website - with thanks ...
"As a member of Rotary since 1988, Peter has fulfilled a number of high profile roles including Training Leader at two international assemblies in San Diego, RI President Representative at three district conferences and District Governor of District 1100 in 2007/08.
Peter believes that Rotarians make a huge difference to those in need, and his priority as President will be to ensure that clubs receive the support and encouragement required to become an even stronger, more vibrant group delivering even more humanitarian service and enhancing the wider public image.
Peter comments: “Being a Rotarian brings enjoyment, fulfilment and opportunities for personal development to so many people. An important aim for my Presidential year will be to establish the most effective relationships between the clubs, districts and Rotary so that we can build on our combined strengths and tackle our weaknesses to ensure that we are strong for future generations."