Club Information

The Rotary Club
of Kirkland
Welcomes You!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:15 PM
Woodmark Hotel
1200 Carillon Point
Kirkland, WA 98033
United States of America
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Past President
Vice President
Community Service Chair
Vocational Service
International Service
Club Service Co-Chair
Club Service Co-Chair
Membership Co-Chair
Membership Co-Chair
Rotary Foundation Co-Chair
Rotary Foundation Co-Chair
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Temporary Club Meeting Arrangements
Due to COVID-19, the Rotary Club of Kirkland is meeting using Zoom. For access to the online meetings, use the Join link that follows, and the meeting identification codes if needed.  Zoom session opens at 6 p.m., with meeting start at 6:15 p.m.
Meeting ID: 555 105 9758
Password: rotary
Rotary Offers September Back-to-School Series
Three local education leaders are addressing the club during September.  On September 14, the club’s special guest was the interim president of Bellevue College, former governor and former ambassador to China, Gary Locke.
On September 21, the special guest was Dr. Jon Holmen, superintendent of the Lake Washington School District.
On September 28, the club’s special guest will be Dr. Amy Morrison, president of the Lake Washington Institute of Technology. The CEOs will discuss news and plans in their organizations, and touch on how their teams of professionals are dealing with the impact of the novel coronavirus.
Rotarians can find topic and speaker background on the club's website using the Speakers tab.
Prospective Member Contact Information
Interested in joining the Rotary Club of Kirkland?
Please contact a membership co-chair: Amy MutalRick Walter
Please consider completing a New Member Application
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Home Page Stories
During August, the Rotary Club of Kirkland offered an all-star diversity, equity, and inclusion program series, The Legacy of Racism in America, to its membership and members' guests.  Experts who spoke at the Monday meetings were environmental journalist Scott Miller on white privilege, PricewaterhouseCoopers vice president Joshua Cooper on LGBTQD equity and inclusion, trained facilitator and Circle Keeper Paula-Ann Clements on the Native American experience, and former KING 5 television reporter Linda Byron on equity in policing and what it means to “defund” the police.  The series moderator was Rotarian Darcia Tudor, attorney, family mediator, forensic therapist, and executive coach.
As people who come to Rotary from and to serve in our community, we cannot but recognize and empathize with those who have experienced the pain of intolerance and injustice.  As a part of the greater Kirkland community for over 80 years, we would not be true to our mission and our values without clearly and emphatically affirming our endorsement of the statement recently issued by Rotary International:
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Dr. Amy Morrison of Lake Washington Inst. of Tech.
Sep 28, 2020
News and outlook from Lake Washington Institute of Technology
News and outlook from Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Chapman Fina of Via Lago
Oct 05, 2020
Retail leadership in downtown Kirkland
Anne Hess of Kirkland Living magazine
Oct 12, 2020
Leadership through neighborhood publishing
Kate Vitasek of Vested Resourcing
Oct 19, 2020
Achieving transformational results with vested relationships
Jennifer E. Jones makes history, becomes first woman named Rotary president-nominee

Jennifer Jones, of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, Canada, is the selection of the Nominating Committee for President of Rotary International for 2022-23.

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