I am very proud to be a Rotarian.  The opportunities that Rotary provides to give back, be part of and contribute to your community are endless.  Whether you seek to assist neighbors, or schools or elderly or encourage success by recognition of success - are varied and available...
All those that join Rotary have in common a heightened sense of community and contribution so that immediately you are with friends when you become a Rotarian.  It’s a bond and interest so that always with people of similar interests- whether you are a new Rotarian or as with many, have been in Rotary for years.
 
I’ve been in Rotary just a few years.  I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Choices Program in the Chandler schools, delivery of the Splash and initiating projects for Hamilton High.  I’ve also participated in the Micro-Credit project in a small Mexican community.  I serve on the Rotary Foundation Committee and the Board of Directors of Rotary Foundation 2000.  We all work hard at our funding raising efforts of the annual Pancake Breakfast and Golf Tournament.
 
I’m a retired attorney having completed my working career as an Assistant Attorney General for the AZ State Attorney General’s Office.  My husband, Dave, and I have been Sun Lakes residents for about 10 years.  Between us we have 4 children and 6 grandchildren.  We travel the world.