Rotary Woman of Action Marion Bunch describes how after the death of her son from AIDS changed her life and eventually led her to a life of service.
Saving girls in India from human trafficking has been the focus of the work of Rotary Woman of Action Deepa Willingham through the nonprofit Promise of Assurance to Children Everywhere (PACE).
Tina Tchen, chief of staff for First Lady Michelle Obama, with Rotary International President Gary C.K. Huang, and Corinna Huang.
Tina Tchen, chief of staff for First Lady Michelle Obama, meets Rotary’s Women of Action at the White House.
Some of Rotary’s Women of Action at the Capitol Building (from left): Jane Winning, Carol Butler, Michelle Candland, Marion Bunch, Deepa Willingham, Carolyn Jones, Ginger Vann, and Bernadette Blackstock.
Marion Bunch talks with Rotary President-elect K.R. «Ravi» Ravindran at the The National Press Club.
Some of the Rotary Women of Action celebrate at The National Press Club.
Rotary members Doris and Larry Margolis with Rotary General Secretary John Hewko.