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The Bulletin

January 7, 2019


Club Calendar

January is Vocational Service Month

1/9 John Berry(fellow Rotarian), CEO, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia (Mtg host: Tom Kent)
1/16 Tricia Molloy - Corporate Leadership Speaker on Work-Life Balance & Author of “Working with Wisdom” (Mtg host: Jack Willis)
1/23 4th Wednesday - No Meeting
1/30 5th Wednesday - No Meeting

Our Rotary Family
BIRTHDAYS

1/7 Tom Prior
1/18 Tom Kent

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES

1/25 Rob Sneed (16)
1/27 Josh Moreland (23)

Rotary Online

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ROTARY CLUB OF
Brookhaven


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Capital City Country Club- Guest/Vis
53 West Brookhaven Drive, NE
Atlanta, GA 30319

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ROTARY CLUB OF Brookhaven
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Atlanta, GA 30359

President Jon Roxland
President-Elect Tony Shaffer
Treasurer Michael O'Nan
Secretary Karen Kropp
Foundation Chair Bonnie Hardage
Membership Chair Benjamin Ragin

January 9 - John Berry

John Berry is the Chief Executive Officer of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Georgia; a position he has held since 2006. SVdP Georgia provided more than $17.0 million in services to over 129,000 people in Georgia last year.John came to SVdP in 2006 after more than twenty years in executive leadership positions in the government and private sectors in the commercial nuclear power, environmental, and technology industries; at the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Fortune 100 companies such as General Electric and Westinghouse. John led the GE Nuclear Power technology training business and served as Subsidiary President of a joint venture company with Electricite’ de France, Framatome, and Westinghouse leading extensive operations across the globe.

John serves on the SVdP USA National Board of Directors and is a member of the Strategic Plan and Governance Committees.He also Co-Chairs the Executive Director Task Force. He is a member of the United Way of Greater Atlanta Public Policy Committee. He holds a BS in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Idaho and a Business Degree from Kennesaw State University. He is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta and the ARC Regional Leadership Institute. He is a Member of the Executive Board of the Entrepreneur Degree Program at Kennesaw State University. John formerly chaired the Nonprofit CEO Roundtable for the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Rotary Club, the American Marketing Association, and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

January 16 - Tricia Molloy


I love to work with organizations that want their people to stop struggling with work-life balance and be happier, healthier and more productive.

Whether you represent a Fortune 500 company, a small business or a professional association, you’ll find my thought-provoking, motivating programs will inspire your people to develop a more positive mindset so they can reduce stress, improve their work-life balance, and achieve their priority goals faster and easier.

As a corporate leadership speaker, I present engaging, interactive conference keynotes and employee development talks and webinars for such organizations as Marriott, Kellogg, Georgia Power and the Network of Executive Women. I also facilitate transformational vision board workshops for high-potential employees at the CDC, Verizon and EY. While my message is gender-neutral, I specialize in empowering emerging women leaders. I'm also the author of “Working with Wisdom: 10 Universal Principles for Enlightened Entrepreneurs."

My most popular programs are "CRAVE Your Goals!,” “Work-Life Balance Wisdom” and "Picture This!" vision board workshops. They are often part of an organization's employee development, women's leadership, and diversity and inclusion initiatives.

Organizations hire me to help their people:
► Be More Positive, Proactive and Productive
► Reduce Stress, Build Resiliency and Manage Time More Effectively
► Improve Work-Life Balance
► Develop Leadership Skills for Greater Impact

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