Rotaract at Duke

The young lady in the sunglasses is Taylor Huie who is the founder of the emerging Rotaract club at Duke and the pictures are at an event on campus introducing the group to other students at a “fall activity fair.” Taylor is a biomedical engineering sophomore at Duke with Rotary in her blood, her mother being a past president.  Taylor also was the  founder of her high school Interact Club.

Taylor reports that they “had great feedback from students, with about 100 new students signing up – putting our club interest at about 400 students. Moving forward, we will be waiting  on Duke SOFC to schedule our in-person hearing, after which we’ll (hopefully) have official chartership by Duke Student Government and be able to move forward with scheduling meetings and events for the year.”

Assistant District Governor and Past President Susan Ross forwarded the pictures.  Melissa Mills is helping the Duke Club get started.


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