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We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Stamford Plaza
22 Albert St.
Auckland,  1010
New Zealand
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Speakers
Gary Langford
Jul 22, 2019
District 9920 Governor
Mark Watson
Jul 29, 2019
Sportsman & Commentator
Andre Lovatt
Aug 05, 2019
General Manager, Auckland Airport Develpment & Delivery
 
 

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Our key-note next Monday 22 July is our District 9920 Governor Gary Langford.  Gary is a chartered accountant and retired Fellow of the Institute of Secretaries and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management programme.  Recently retire as CEO of Eagle Technology Group Limited, Gary previously held senior leadership roles in public and government organisations.  Gary will be giving us insights into Rotary’s place and role in 2019.  And our 5-Minute speaker will be Sarah Haydon from Riding for the Disabled, who received funds from our Club earlier this year.
Earlier this month our Club member Elbert Angkiriwang attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Programme and he, along with other attendees sponsored by our Club, will speak about their experiences later this year.  At the end of the week-long live-in course, there is a celebratory dinner and as you can see from this photo, a great night was had by all.
No matter what stage of your career you are at, staying motivated, hungry for new ideas and inspired can be a challenge.  Hear from one of NZ's most successful businesswomen, Diane Foreman, as she digs into the nitty gritty about how perseverance, entrepreneurial spirit and maintaining a competitive edge in a crowded market led to the $80 million sale of Emerald Foods.  Coming from humble beginnings, Diane will share how she grew from being a high school dropout and struggling young single mum to being named 2009 NZ EY Entrepreneur of the Year and honoured by the Queen in 2012 for her services to business.  Join us for after work drinks and nibbles and take advantage of the opportunity to ask Diane your burning questions about being a woman in leadership. 
Date & Time: Tuesday 6 August, 6pm – 7pm (Networking until 7.30pm)
Venue: EMA Business Hub, 145 Khyber Pass Road
Tickets: EMA Members $69 + GST and Non-EMA Members $89 + GST Register Now
The Rotary Club of Downtown Auckland in association with Milford Asset Management, are hosting a major fundraiser - a black tie debate on Tuesday 13 August 2019 at the Cordis Hotel, with the moot being “Can a Working Port & Auckland City Co-exist?".  One team comprises three lawyers - Kathryn Beck, Katherine Anderson and Michael Timmins and the other team is a carefully selected group of 'Celebrities' - Sir John Key, Tom Scott and David Downs.  Debate adjudicators are QC’s Simon Moore and Lynton (Lyn) Stevens and MC for the evening is Miriama Kamo.  This is a fundraiser for the 'Auckland City Mission HomeGround Project’ and the evening will also include an auction, a silent auction and a raffle.  Tickets are $250 per person or $2500 for a table of 10, which includes arrival canapés, 3 course dinner and drinks.  Tickets can be purchased from Gill at gillj.downtownrotary@gmail.com or 021 278 9915
Te Whakaora Tangata is holding its annual Fundraising Dinner on Friday 6 September 2019.  This organisation is an innovator of parent-focussed, whanau restoration programmes in South Auckland.  For further information please phone (09) 269 4083 or email info@tewhakaora.org.nz
This Conference will have a carefully crafted programme that will inspire and entertain you and will be held in the University of Auckland’s Owen G Glenn Building, which has superb facilities and plentiful underground parking.  There will also be an exciting pre-Conference programme whether on the harbour, on the golf course, exploring Auckland or relaxing on Waiheke Island.