Speakers Bureau
Is your Club looking for a speaker? Below is a list of speakers that have been recommended by Clubs in District 7390. 
 
Speaker Name:       Bill Tobin
Topic Title:              ShelterBox
Topic Description:   ShelterBox is Rotary International’s Project Partner for disaster
relief and was founded by a Rotary Club in the year 2000. ShelterBox has responded to over 300 disasters in 100 countries providing shelter and life-saving aid to over 1.5 million people. ShelterBox has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 and 2019 for helping families displaced by conflict. This on-line presentation covers ShelterBox origins as a Rotary Club’s project, major responses of the past 20 years, how Rotarians around the world partner in our efforts, plus a deeper dive into the current global pandemic why shelter is critical for refugees and what ShelterBox and Rotary are doing to help refugee families prevent the spread of the corona virus. The program is 20-25 min (can edited for time). It is accompanied by a PowerPoint slide deck.
Phone:                    916-616-6973
Email:                     btobin@shelterboxusa.org
 
 
 
Speaker Name:         Chad Forcey
Topic Title:                 Renewable Energy
Topic Description:   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ4Iyesy8eyOLp-8QX_Lkvw
Phone:                        717-645-9055
Email:                         chad.forcey@penncef.org
 
 
 
Speaker Name:        Dalsher Singh
Topic Title:                A Brief introduction to the Sikh Faith
Topic Description:   A quick overview of the Sikh faith, including the basic tenants, history of Sikhs in the US, and current Sikh community in Central Pennsylvania.
Phone:                       570-765-5755
Email:                        dalsher.nagra@gmail.com
 
 
 
Speaker Name:        Deborah Stambaugh
Topic Title:                Hanover Area Post Polio Support Group
Topic Description:   Representing the Pa Polio Survivors Network Team Central Pa. Coordinator 
Phone:                        717-969-5049
Email:                         papolionetwork3@gmail.com
 
 
 
Speaker Name:       John Kramb
Topic Title:               Global Grant & National Immunization day trip to India
Email:                        pdgjohn2015@gmail.com
 
 
 
Speaker Name:       John Kramb
Topic Title:               Rotary Foundation Overview
Email:                        pdgjohn2015@gmail.com
 
 
 
Speaker Name:       John Kramb
Topic Title:               Rotary Fellowships
Email:                       pdgjohn2015@gmail.com
 
 
 
Speaker Name:        Kevin Engle
Topic Title:                Ten Tips to Growing Rotary
Topic Description:   Membership
Phone:                        717-468-0906 (please leave message)
Email:                         klengle@gmail.com
 
 
 
Speaker Name:       Kevin Schreiber
Topic Title:               York County Economic Alliance
Phone:                       717-771-4573
Email:                        Kevin@yceapa.org
 
 
 
Speaker Name:       Rick Coplen
Topic Title:               Rotary Veterans Initiative (RVI)
Topic Description:   https://www.facebook.com/RotaryVeteransInitiative. The Rotary Veterans Initiative (RVI) strengthens our Central PA communities by supporting local veteran education, training, and job search opportunities.  RVI’s mission and motivation spring from two timeless Abraham Lincoln quotes, ‘to care for him who shall have borne the battle’ and ‘Upon the subject of education … I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people can be engaged in.
Phone:                       703-786-7181
Email:                         rickcoplen@gmail.com
 
 
 
Speaker Name:       Sara Gray-Bradley
Topic Title:               Cornerstone Youth Home
Topic Description:   This is a power point presentation about the inception of
Cornerstone. They will service children who are suffering in school due to unstable home conditions, specifically, homelessness. Sara overviews the homeless situation throughout York county and the various school districts. Cornerstone will be providing shelter, food, clothing, transportation to and from school throughout the week, while maintaining the family relationship. They will work with the family to overcome the obstacles that have created the homelessness with the intent of moving the whole family back to a sustainable life style. Sara's presentation is based on data, and delivered with passion.
Phone:                       717-858-6223
Email:                        sbradley@cassd.org
 
 
 
Speaker Name:        Scott Stevens
Topic Title:                 SBA Lending & Main Street MBA
Topic Description:   How do locally owned businesses sell to new owners
Phone:                        717-979-1599
Email:                         sstevens@44businesscapital.com
 
 
Speaker Name:        Justin Villere
Topic Title:                Drawing PA's Voting Lines in 2021: Gerrymandering 101
Topic Description:   Are you worried about the rise of hyper-partisanship in American politics? Dismayed by dysfunction in Washington and Harrisburg, unable to pass legislation that even the vast majority of people support? One of the primary causes is gerrymandering, which is the common practice of drawing election maps in a way that distorts district lines to favor one political party or set of candidates. Hear from Draw the Lines PA, which is a nonpartisan, nonprofit project that aims to engage Pennsylvania's voters in understanding how it undermines our democracy. In preparation for when election maps are drawn again in 2021, DTL is helping everyday citizens take back this power. 
Phone:                        719-651-1188
Email:                         jvillere@seventy.org
 
 
Speaker Name:        Robin Lathroum
Topic Title:                Glory Bound Ministries (non-profit)
Topic Description:   A program that addresses the work my colleagues and I have been doing in Uganda for the past three and a half years.  Winnie Otema and a group of ten women have learned a variety of artisanal trade skills including the making of soap, quilts, handmade journals, tote bags, backpacks, purses and women and children's clothing.  As a direct result of the sustainability of their work, they now contribute to the financial welfare of their families. Our goal is to develop this work by opening a craft training center and broaden the scope of students to benefit from this endeavor.
Phone:                        717-448-7992